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Volume: 11 Issue: 1
( 2012)

eu creutzmann report creutzmann green paper european parliament eu europe ep gambling regulation european directive commission schaldemose report online gambling eu framework interstate gambling treaty rga internal market

david clifton david clifton

joelson wilson joelson wilson

eu europe european ep germany spain uk denmark italy france

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EU: The Creutzmann Report, the Green Paper and beyond

The close of 2011 saw the European Parliament (EP) change its attitude towards gambling regulation. The EP voted on 15 November in favour of the Creutzmann Report, which called for a European Directive providing minimum standards to regulate online gambling services across Europe. David Clifton, a Partner at Joelson Wilson LLP, evaluates the responses to the Creutzmann Report and the European Commission's Green Paper, and examines what the future holds for online gambling services in 2012.

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