IMGL 2014 Spring Conference
April 23-25, 2014
San Diego, California
Register now to attend the International Masters of Gaming Law’s Spring Conference.
Plan to arrive the afternoon of Wednesday, April 23 to attend the outdoor Welcome Reception at the Kin Spa Pool from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm. The in depth conference sessions will take place on Thursday and Friday. We have a memorable night planned Thursday for a reception and dinner aboard the USS Midway Aircraft carrier. The IMGL Spring Conference will close after the Member Business Meeting Friday afternoon and then a Closing Reception from 4:30 pm - 6 pm April 25.
For inquiries regarding the San Diego conference, contact IMGLDirector@aol.com or call Co-Chair John Maloney at (702) 387-9397.
Affiliated - Consultant
Dr. Alan P. Meister is an economist specializing in the application of economic analysis to litigation, regulatory, public policy, and strategic business matters. He has conducted economic analysis and provided expert testimony in a wide variety of litigation matters, including antitrust, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, business interruption, class actions, fraud, intellectual property, and labor and employment. He has extensive experience analyzing economic issues related to the gaming industry, particularly Indian gaming, commercial casinos, racinos, card rooms, and online gaming. His gaming-related work has included: market and industry analyses; economic and fiscal impact studies; feasibility studies; damage analysis in litigation matters; analysis of regulatory policies; economic assessments of land-into-trust gaming applications; analyses of tribal-state gaming compacts and revenue sharing; and survey research, design, and analysis. Dr. Meister has also conducted years of independent, scholarly research on the gaming industry and authored a number of publications, most notably his annual study, the Indian Gaming Industry Report. His gaming work is regularly cited in the press and relied upon by the gaming industry, governments, and the investment community. Dr. Meister’s research and analyses have been relied upon before the United States Supreme Court and the World Trade Organization. In addition, he was previously commissioned by the National Indian Gaming Commission to independently analyze the economic effects of proposed regulatory changes. He leads the Gaming Industry and Indian Gaming consulting practices at Nathan Associates.
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