Symposium On Internet Gambling Law & Management to be Chaired by World-Renowned Experts

16 June 2000

LARCHMONT, N.Y.--(Press Release)--June 16, 2000--The Fourth Annual International Symposium on Internet Gambling Law and Management, to be held Nov. 26-28 at the Royal Antiguan Beach & Tennis Resort in Antigua will once again be chaired by two of the leading experts on interactive gaming in the world - Professor Joseph M. Kelly, Professor of Business Law at SUNY College in Buffalo, and Anthony R. Coles, Partner with Jeffrey Green Russell in London.

This leading event in the online gaming arena will be attended by the CEOs and other high ranking officials across the entire gaming spectrum - plan now to join industry leaders and innovators who are shaping the field and determining its future. (For further information, visit

In addition to his current position, Professor Kelly has also taught about casinos at the School of Hospitality at Cornell University, and the National Judicial College and College of Law in Reno, NV. He is a member of the International Association of Gaming Attorneys. From 1985-1998, he was usually Chair or Co-Chair of the International Bar Association, Section on Gaming and Sports Law. At present he is the co-editor of the Gaming Law Review, the prominent gaming law journal. His articles on gaming & other topics have been cited as authority in reported decisions in US Federal and State Courts.

Anthony Coles is partner at Jeffrey Green Russell, one of the leading firms of London Lawyers dealing with leisure, gaming, and related activities. He represents a number of significant clients in these areas as well as advising on general gaming, betting, and lottery matters, corporate organization and financing. Tony Coles is an active member of the International Association of Gaming Attorneys and the Society for the Study of Gaming, and is a member of the editorial board of Gaming Law Review.

Offshore vs. Onshore Gaming: The Battle Heats Up, organized by BioConferences International, Inc. in conjunction with Gaming Law Review, Internet Gaming International, and the International Internet Gaming Association, will explore how intensifying competition in venues around the globe is posing new challenges for casino managers and operators, e-commerce promoters and entrepreneurs, software and website developers, consultants, attorneys and regulators in the fast-moving world of online gaming. The conference is again expected to draw more than 500 leaders from more than 35 countries around the world.

This year's event, held in the current Internet gaming capital of the world, will again highlight the software developers, e-commerce providers, and others leading players who are driving the growth of the industry in the expanded Second Annual International Gaming Expo.

The meeting will also include a special luncheon on November 27th which will feature the Presentation of the Third Annual Internet Gaming International Innovator Awards, given each year to those organizations who have done the most to expand the boundaries, and enhance the credibility, of the online gaming industry. Past winners include Bally Gaming and Systems, Inland Entertainment, William Hill, You, and Plus Lotto.

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