International Masters of Gaming Law Vienna Austria Sept 14th-16th

Published Friday, September 02, 2011 -

Gaming law has become an essential part of today’s gambling operators tool box with special attention paid to the ever changing status in various jurisdictions. European Union rules differ from those in other parts of the world, while the U.K. has different rules again.
The recent spring conference for the International Masters of Gaming Law took place last May in the USA. The Napa Valley, California, a beautiful environment hosted the delegates in a style fitting the serious nature of their work. Delegates that attended the Spring event were treated to a vintners dream at the Meritage Resort which provided  a perfect location for attendees complete with their own private vineyard.
Coming up very soon the second part of the International Masters of Gaming Law conference the Autumn version will be hosted in the old and picturesque city of Vienna Austria situated in the Alps. The conference will run from September 14th until the 16th 2011 at the Radisson Blu Palais Hotel in Vienna.

IMGL membership consists of over 200 members and represents over 38 countries as well as members in 32 states and the District of Columbia in the United States of America. IMGL members are committed to participation in industry-sponsored conferences as well as the two yearly conferences sponsored by the IMGL. The IMGL conferences focus on issues facing the gaming practitioner worldwide. The world’s top gaming attorneys, regulators, compliance officers, executives and educators will be in Vienna for the Autumn Conference to further their knowledge and contacts in gaming law.

International Masters of Gaming Law is a non-profit association of gaming attorneys, regulators, educators, executives, compliance officers and consultants from around the world who are dedicated to education and the exchange of professional information concerning all aspects of gaming law.
One of the prestigious key note speakers is Jürgen Creutzmann Member of the European Parliament, Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection, Official Reporter for the Green Paper on Online Gambling for the European Parliament.


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