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Online Gambling Lawyer

Current Issue (November 2017)

Volume: 16 Issue: 11



About Online Gambling Lawyer

The monthly publication exploring legal issues affecting operators in online gambling and gaming, on a global basis. Topics covered included licensing, offshore operators, mobile gaming, gambling payments, fixture lists and database rights, online poker, social gaming and gambling, online liquidity, advertising, sports betting, in-play betting, eSports, fantasy sports (DFS), Bitcoin gambling, and gambling fraud, as well as in-depth discussion of legislation such as the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive and the US Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 (UIGEA)... / read more

November's edition of Online Gambling Lawyer

Online Gambling Lawyer covers the key legal/regulatory developments in the online gambling sector on a global basis. Each month the publication delivers indepth news analysis and features written by industry experts on topics such as gambling regulation, licensing, AML compliance, and enforcement.

In our lead article this month, Anthony R. Holtzman and Robert A. Lawton of K&L Gates examine in detail the provisions of Pennsylvania’s Act 42 of 2017, an i-gaming statute which was enacted at the end of October this year. Act 42 authorises online gambling in Pennsylvania, and in their article Holtzman and Lawton also comment on reactions to the Act so far.

Elsewhere in this issue, Carl Rohsler, Partner at Squire Patton Boggs and Member of the Online Gambling Lawyer Editorial Board, provides his opinion on the Gambling Commission’s letter to industry on advertising to children, which asked that the industry remove from their websites and from third party media immediately any ‘advertisements likely to appeal to people aged 17 or younger.’ In his article, Rohsler explains why in his view the Gambling Commission’s letter is regrettable.

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