Lewis and Roca attorney Anthony Cabot, a recognized authority on gaming policy and legislation, has been selected by the Asia Pacific Association for Gambling Studies (APAGS) as keynote speaker at the Second Asia Pacific Conference on Gambling and Commercial Gaming Research. The conference will be held December 1 – 4, 2013 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Cabot’s presentation will address how gaming laws around the world must be developed based on the unique policies, structure and capabilities of each jurisdiction.
Cabot is a partner in the firm’s Gaming Practice Group and adjunct professor at the Boyd School of Law and William F. Harrah College of Hotel University, Las Vegas. Covering the entire gaming spectrum, his clients include casino owners, game developers, Internet gambling sites, and companies that run contests and sweepstakes. A prolific writer and speaker in the industry, Cabot has been awarded the coveted “star” rating in his field by Chambers Global three times, and has been called “the absolute master” of gaming law.
ABOUT ASIA PACIFIC ASSOCIATION FOR GAMBLING STUDIES
The Asia Pacific Association for Gambling Studies (APAGS) is a not-for-profit international academic network consisting of scholars, professionals, regulators and policy makers dealing with gambling research and the gaming business around the world. APAGS is dedicated to promoting gambling studies from different perspectives through consultancy and scientific research and by holding international conferences and publishing scholarly journals.