Anthony Palazzo

“Commercial Real Estate Development presents an opportunity for Students to obtain well paying jobs outside the confines of their chosen academic specialty.”

Anthony Palazzo, A.B., Economics,
Franklin & Marshall College

J.D., Boston University School of Law

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Anthony Palazzo is the General Counsel for Carlyle Entertainment LTD (CSE: OLG), Toronto, CAN, Carlyle Payments, LLC (New Jersey, USA) & Carlyle Interactive LTD (London, UK). Herein, the aforementioned together are referred to as “Carlyle”. His extensive professional background includes banking and creditors legal counsel, mergers & acquisitions, information technology, real estate & resort development, governmental compliance as well as domestic and international litigation supervision.

Carlyle owns and maintains legal and licensed interactive software-based games of chance, focused on fully commercializing its online casino and sports book to become the premier interactive gaming and entertainment provider for regulated markets. Through its development of the Global Multi-Player Software Platform, which was coded specifically for use in the online casino and sports book markets, Carlyle has developed a unique platform that allows the Company to offer a diverse array of online casino games as well as robust card games that are easy-to-use and quick-to-play Internet Casino Websites www.betcarlyle.com and www.carlylegaming.com. Through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Carlyle operates an established Online Gaming and Sports book entertainment business in the United Kingdom and is a premier credit card clearing facility for numerous New Jersey Online Gaming sites consistent with its service agreements with Atlantic City Casinos.

Upon direction of Carlyle’s CEO, Sandy J. Masselli, Jr., a legendary patron of the current Online Gaming industry, the General Counsel is directly responsible for supervising and advising the public company and its wholly owned subsidiaries in all areas including: assistance in mergers & acquisitions, joint venture and related business and transactional documentation, preparation of employment, non-compete and confidentiality agreement for employees and independent contractors, protecting Subsidiary Companies from internal and external liability, including theft, forgery and copyright infringement. Drafting specialized service agreements, software and web based licensing agreements, sales and marketing agreements and any other documents as they relate to OLG and subsidiary business lines. Duties also include substantial subsidiary litigation oversight.

Anthony Palazzo is the former General Counsel for Eli Global, LLC a $1 billion Global Private Holding Company which acquires, owns and manages over 40 Subsidiary Companies, engaging in various business lines and operating with 4,000 people employed throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia located in the Research Triangle Park in Durham, NC. His extensive professional background includes all areas of real estate development, mergers & acquisitions, business transactions and governmental compliance in a variety of industries as well as supervision of outside counsel in domestic and international litigation.

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Anthony Palazzo appointed as Clinical Specialist with The Feliciano School of Business at Montclair State University.

The Clinical Specialist appointment is a diverse position which includes teaching the advanced Real Estate Development Process for Senior Undergraduate and Graduate Programs, assisting in recruiting high level professionals to be Members of the Real Estate Board, expanding the Student Internship Program and assisting in placing graduating students with chosen industry employment opportunities. 

Anthony Palazzo has a substantial legal and business background with employment at Institutional Entities (Publicly traded Bank Holding Companies & REIT’s) and Private Ownership (Personal capital contribution with financial risk) as well as extensive Academic credentials (holding various positions from Adjunct Instructor to Adjunct Professor with New York University’s Schack Institute of Real Estate) affording him the qualifications to be an effective “Clinical Specialist” with the Feliciano School of Business, Real Estate Curriculum at Montclair State University.
— Joseph R. Nicholson, MBA, Ph.D. Assistant Professor & Coordinator, Real Estate Program Montclair State University Feliciano School of Business