The International Masters of Gaming Law Spring Conference is set
for May 10-12 at the Turnberry Isle resort in Miami, Florida.
Following evening social events on Wednesday, May 10, the CLE-rated
conference commences Thursday morning with a comprehensive focus on
gaming developments in North America, the Caribbean, Latin America,
Highlights of the conference include comprehensive discussions
by leading gaming attorneys from around the world on such diverse
topics as sports betting in the United States; the impact of the
2016 USA elections on the United States gaming market; the
expansion of intrastate Internet gaming beyond New Jersey, Nevada,
and Delaware; the prospects for Internet-related gaming legislation
in Congress; global developments in gaming technology; gaming and
tax policy in Europe; current and projected developments in tribal
and commercial gaming in the United States; the expansion of state
lottery activity on the Internet; and the status of horse racing on
a global basis.
Conference participants will also be able to attend the horse
races at Gulfstream Park, one of the leading race tracks in the
country and the home of many great Florida thoroughbreds.
Persons interested in attending the conference may obtain
conference details on the International Masters of Gaming Law
which includes further details regarding the conference and easy
conference and hotel registration processes. It is especially
important to book hotel reservations as quickly as possible as the
Turnberry Isle resort is an extremely popular facility and the
special room rate bookings are limited.
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