International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) Presents California 2002

Event Type:Conference
When:4-6 December 2002
Where:Silverado Resort
1600 Atlas Peak Rd
Napa, California 94558
Audience:Legal and Regulatory
Event Organizer:International Masters of Gaming Law

This groundbreaking legal conference presents the top experts in the legal and operational side of the gaming industry addressing some of the most important issues facing gaming today. Two special keynote speakers, Brian Sandoval, the Attorney General-Elect from the state of Nevada, and Anthony Pico, Former Chairman of the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians, will outline some of the issues related to the booming gaming industry in California and its effect on Nevada. Harlan Goodson, the Director of the California Department of Justice's Division of Gambling Control, will receive the first Gaming Regulator of the Year award during the keynote luncheon on December 5. Some of the issues covered during the seminar sessions include: Compacts & Sovereignty: Relationships with Federal, State & Local Governments; Lotteries & Gaming: Slots at Tracks and VLTs; California Update: Slots, Racetracks, Cardrooms & the Regs; Boardroom Basics: The Role of Legal Counsel; Native American Gaming Regulation: State, Tribal, and Federal; State of the Art: Current Legal Issues; Internet Gaming: Legal or Not?; and International Update: Asia, Europe & Beyond.

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