Award Recipients Honored at G2E
from left: Stephen Martino (Gaming Regulator of the Year – Americas), Peter Bernhard (Lifetime Achievement Award), Joerg Hofmann, Thomas Russell (Gaming Regulator of the Year – Indian Country). For more information, download the article.
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.
New Gaming Attorney
Head of Gaming Law Practice
ULYS Law Firm
ULYS Law Firm
224 Avenue de la Couronne
Brussels, Ixelles 1050
SUB BelTel: +32 2340 88 10
Fax: +32 2 345 35 80
Cell: +33 6 747 34223
Tatjana Klaeser is a Member of the Brussels Bar Association and Head of Gaming Law Practice with Ulys law firm, competent for the French and Belgian market. Tatjana has a broad experience in different areas of IP and IT law, especially in the gambling sector advising both land based and online operators in matters ranging from licensing to the development of tailor-made strategies for local markets. She contributes to scientific research and publications within the area of gaming law, fair trade practices, intellectual property and information technologies and is often interviewed as an expert in these fields. Tatjana is further involved on an academic level where she has accepted a teaching position within the Sports Law Master course at the Aix-Marseille University.
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.