Legal and Regulatory Gaming Event News


State regulators to debate iGaming regulation at WRB
17 Sep 2013
The World Regulatory Briefing will take place Oct. 22-23 in Philadelphia.
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AGA to bring female gaming professionals together at industry conferences
3 Apr 2012
As part of its Global Gaming Women (GGW) initiative, the American Gaming Association (AGA) announced today it has scheduled three events this spring designed to educate and create mentoring and networking opportunities for female gaming professionals.
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GLI Europe announces plans for GLI University's "2012 European Roundtable"
29 Mar 2012
The testing giant will host the 2012 European Roundtable for regulators in Budapest this May.
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U.S. online gaming law conference to be held in Las Vegas
11 Aug 2011
US Online Gaming Law 2011 will focus on the latest legal and regulatory developments in the United States.
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2011 IAGA Gaming Conference scheduled for September 30 - October 2, 2011
30 May 2011
Conference will feature an impressive agenda presented by top industry professionals and registration is free for regulators
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IMGL members honored in Chambers Global 2010
4 Apr 2011
A number of International Masters of Gaming Law members have been honored with inclusion in the 2010 edition of Chambers Global.
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Bullet Business hosting legal conference in London
15 Dec 2010
The 5th Legal Gaming in Europe Summit will be held in London on Jan. 24-25.
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More Questions, Fewer Answers from U.S. State Regulators
17 Jun 2008
State legislators have a lot of questions they want answered before considering changing their position on Internet gambling, but one former gaming industry regulator says some of the answers have already been made available.
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State Lawmakers to Tackle Federal I-gaming Laws
31 May 2007
The National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS), the only organization of U.S. state lawmakers convening on a regular basis to discuss gaming issues, has traditionally stood in opposition to Internet gambling, but it is open now to changing its position.
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NCLGS Legislators Adopt Resolution in Support of Pari-Mutuel Integrity System
24 Jan 2007
U.S. state legislators attending this year's winter meeting of the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) voted unanimously on Jan. 13 to support an integrity system developed by the Association of Racing Commissioners International (RCI).
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NCLGS Set to Discuss I-Gaming
11 Jan 2007
The National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) will gather this weekend in Duck Key, Florida, to discuss and debate the impact of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 (UIGEA), which effectively bans I-gaming in the United States.
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NCLGS Reconsiders Stance on Internet Gambling
12 Jun 2006
The National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) formed may reevaluate its position against Internet gambling after holding a hearing on the issue at its summer meeting in Boston just over a week ago.
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US State Legislators Meet in Boston to Discuss I-gaming
6 Jun 2006
Examination and regulation of Internet gambling seem to be the main messages that came out of a hearing Friday at the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) annual summer meeting in Boston.
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Legislators Schedule Hearing on Internet Gambling
16 May 2006
News Brief: Lawmakers will tackle the complicated issue of Internet gambling during a two-hour hearing June 2 during a meeting of the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States in Boston.
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Summary of the Interactive Gaming Industry
17 Jun 2005
Professor Joseph Kelly from State University of New York College at Buffalo presented a very thorough roundup of the I-gaming industry and the key legal issues to the U.S. National Council of Legislators from Gaming States at the council's meeting held June 4. The document was made available courtesy of Cantania Consulting Group (www.cataniaconsulting.com).
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