Internet Gaming: Will the United States Ever Get It Right?
2/13/2014

Gaming partner Sean McGuinness will moderate, "Internet Gaming: Will the United States Ever Get It Right?," at the American Bar Association's 2014 Gaming Law Minefield.

CONFERENCE DETAILS

Thursday, February 13 - Friday, February 14, 2014
Green Valley Ranch Resort & Spa
Henderson, NV

The program will discuss revolutionary legal, regulatory, and ethical issues confronting both commercial and Native American gaming. Attendees will learn about global anti-corruption initiatives, internet gaming, and the challenges faced by commercial and Native American gaming.

Learn more by visiting http://www.americanbar.org/calendar/2014/02/glm2014.html?sc_cid=CEN4GLM-CRS.

SEMINAR DETAILS

Thursday, February 13, 2014
2:15PM – 3:15PM 

Internet Gaming: Will the United States Ever Get It Right? 

Nevada, New Jersey, Delaware and Illinois have taken the bull by the horns and ventured into intrastate internet gaming, while Congress fiddles with hearings and bills going nowhere. What about Indian Country – are the rules different for the tribes? With the 2014 election year just around the corner, is it even realistic to think about expanded internet activity in 2014? European companies with extensive internet gaming expertise are chomping at the bit to provide their skill sets to the United States. Will the political class ever get things straightened out or is the past indicative of the future?

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