European Interactive Gaming ConferenceAugust 14, 2008, 7:13 am (8 years ago)
The next European Interactive Gaming (EiG) meeting in Barcelona is going to focus on full-on panel deliberations on the frequently mystifying United States legislative landscape, with a remarkable group of lawful eagles directing the debate.
Arranger Clarion Gaming this week verified as panelists several key specialists qualified in US domestic and global regulation, a flourishing poker operator who manages an authorized business inside the US, and a well-known Washington insider and consultant.
Frank Catania, an self-governing manager of the player defense and standards body eCOGRA and President of Catania Consulting Group heads the list and is extensively known and respected for his in-depth information of authoritarian regulation and is going to work on UIGEA matters.
Mark Hichar, a Partner at Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP is going to look at requests outlining a network of intrastate regulated i-gaming businesses.
Mark Mendel, Lead Council for Antigua in its WTO argument with America, and also Partner at Mendel-Blumenfeld LLP, is going to include the influence of worldwide weight and the WTO regulating in support of Antigua, replying to the question “what are the next steps for the US?”
Jason Kellerman, CEO and Co-Founder of PurePlay are going to also hold back the panel and offer data on what operators have to be acquainted with, particularly about another legitimate business models for i-gaming in the US.
Tony Coles, Partner at Jeffery Green Russell and Vice President of the International Masters of Gaming Law, are going to lead the group at the same time as the speakers discuss these key matters, in addition, others such as how the outcomes of the US general election is going to effect I-gaming businesses and how the gaming division will be able to get ready for different results.
EiG will be held between 23 and 25 September this year.
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