IMGL 2014 Autumn Conference
5-7 November • Florence, Italy
The 2014 IMGL Autumn Conference will be held in fabulous Florence, Italy. In addition to providing great conference sessions offering the latest information in Gaming Law, IMGL has also organized several optional pre- and post-conference excursions for conference attendees and their guests. Visit the Autumn Conference section of this website to register. Plus, get complete hotel registration details, as well as up-to-the-minute information on the conference schedule and events.
Nanette L. Horner
Affiliated - Compliance Officer
SVP/Chief Counsel/Chief Compliance Officer
Empire Resorts, Inc.
Empire Resorts, Inc.
204 Route 17B
Monticello, NY 12701
Tel: +1 845 794 4100 ext. 574
Fax: +1 845 807 0000
Nanette L. Horner was appointed to serve as the Company's Chief Compliance Officer on August 25, 2010 and has served as the Company's Corporate Vice President of Legal Affairs since July 1, 2010. In August 2011, Ms. Horner was promoted to Senior Vice President, Chief Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer. Ms. Horner has been involved in the gaming industry, as an attorney, since 1996. Prior to her employment with the Company, Ms. Horner worked in the Office of Chief Counsel assigned to the Bureau of Licensing of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board since July 2005. In September 2006, Ms. Horner was named the Board's first Director of the Office of Compulsive and Problem Gambling. She is a member of the Standards, Policies and Regulations Interest Group for the National Council on Problem Gambling, and American Mensa. Ms. Horner is on the advisory board to the National Center for Responsible Gaming's Annual Conference on Gambling and Addiction. In 2008, Ms. Horner was elected to the Board of the International Masters of Gaming Law ("IMGL") as a representative of the Regulators Affiliate Member classification and is a member of IMGL's Responsible Gaming Committee.
Indiana Casinos Eye Legislative Relief
23 Sep, 2014
Discussions on the future of gaming policy in Indiana and Delaware are starting again as casino operators in both states eye legislative relief in 2015.
A legislative public policy study committee is expected to start meeting in Indiana next Thursday to discuss the competition between existing casinos and racinos and potential legislative changes that could increase revenues.