Publications

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    4 May 2017

    This issue of European Gaming Lawyer looks at some of the most pressing issues in the European market. This includes Skin Gambling regulation in Malta, challenges on the horizon in Germany and data regulation protocols.

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    11 October 2016

    The Autumn issue of European Gaming Lawyer looks at a number of new regulation, legislation and compliance issues across the igaming industry and includes some exciting content from some of our leading iMGL contributors.

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    28 April 2016

    The Spring issue of European Gaming Lawyer includes a welcome message from incoming president Mike Zatezalo as well as great features on the future of Bitcoins in European iGaming, Daily Fantasy Sports and the new General Data Protection Regulatio

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    15 February 2016

    One of the highlights of this edition clearly is the announcement of this year’s winners of the prestigious “Regulator of the Year Award” for the Americas and Europe.

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    1 April 2015

    In this issue Jason Lane, Chief Executive of the Jersey Gambling Commission, has provided a feature article outlining the key elements of Jersey’s new regulatory regime.

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    15 September 2014

    As ever, the legal and regulatory environment for gambling across Europe and elsewhere is developing apace and there is much to discuss. A modern regime for the regulation of remote gambling is a step closer in the Netherlands as legislation is now under consideration by the House of Representatives.

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    1 April 2014

    In this issue the focus is principally on European markets, and as ever there is much to report. We have country specific contributions from leading advisors in the Netherlands, Spain and Denmark. But the global nature of the gambling industry is reflected in articles on Brazil and India.

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    1 September 2013

    In this edition there are a number of contributions updating readers on important developments in various jurisdictions including the Republic of Ireland, France and the United Kingdom as well as a comprehensive review of the position in Norway.