The complexities of European law

by ecograap on March 18,2009



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The European Gambling Briefing 2009 takes place in Budapest 22nd-23rd April 2009, attracting the industry’s gaming operators, lawyers, legal councils, governments and regulators keen to get to grips with the latest developments in European online gambling law.

This year’s conference is the fifth of its kind and will consist of two days of world-class speakers, important updates, debate, and networking with all the key players.

2009 is shaping to be as gruelling and difficult as any before it both commercially and legally across Europe. With several key countries now testing the best models for more liberal gaming regimes, others delaying and fighting liberalisation and still others trying to lead the way with distinctive paths of their own it is essential that industry movers and shakers know where they stand.

These are just some of the reasons you have to be at EGB 2009:

  • The most comprehensive round-up of essential legal and regulatory information available
  • The programme for EGB is developed through a rigorous research process with leading gaming lawyers, key regulators and government officials and commercial gaming companies involved in legal action.
  • In just 2 days delegates will get the most practical, up-to-date legal insights available.
  • Exceptional breadth and depth of relevant speakers

Nowhere else can you get the level of access to the thinking of those making the laws and key decisions in Europe, with several key regulators and government officials speaking. And Europe’s best lawyers, fighting the most important cases, will of course be delivering their advice and predictions for 2009.

EGB will again be offering 2 hours of roundtable discussions, enabling delegates to interact with a respected legal mind in the jurisdiction of their choice and ask questions.

While it is EU case law that still holds much of the attention – and will receive deep coverage at EGB – wider developments in Eastern Europe, Turkey, South Africa and Asia are covered as well.

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