Lewis and Roca is pleased to announce that Glenn Light, Linda Norcross, Karl Rutledge, and Quinton Singleton’s program proposal, “This Isn’t Your Grandfather’s Gambling” has been selected for presentation at the ABA YLD Spring Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 14, 2011.
The panel presentation will address the basics of regulated gambling in the United States and its historical foundations in land-based gambling, the trend towards interactive gaming, clearing and protecting the corresponding intellectual property and, finally, the evolution of corporate gaming.
Lewis and Roca's international Gaming, Intellectual Property, and Corporate practice groups provide support to casino operators, suppliers, state and local governments, communities, businesses, non-profit organizations, tribal governments and others in addressing casino gaming law, including Native American and riverboat casinos, racinos, interactive and mobile gaming, poker, and interstate horse racing. The firm’s Gaming lawyers have been at the forefront of all the major gaming trends for the past quarter century. We closely monitor activity in this unique industry in order to provide our clients with appropriate and timely advice.