European Gambling Briefing Budapest April 2009

Published Monday, March 23, 2009 -

In its fifth year, The European Gambling Briefing 2009 will meet in Budapest Hungary April 22, 23, 2009. The venue is the five star Marriott Hotel, set on the edge of the famous Danube River and in the heart of the city.

Touted as the most established and respected forum for gaming operators, lawyers, legal councils, governments and regulators all will come together for two days of world-class speakers, important updates, debate, and networking with many of the key players.

2009 is shaping to be as grueling 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 liberalization and still others trying to lead the way with distinctive paths of their own it is essential to know where you stand.

There are many reasons to attend if you are part of the online gambling world. There is a comprehensive round-up of essential legal and regulatory information available.The program for EGB is composed after a rigorous research period with leading gaming lawyers, key regulators and government officials and commercial gaming companies involved in legal action.

There is an exceptional breadth and depth of speakers with some of Europe's best lawyers, fighting the most important cases, who will of course be delivering their advice and predictions for 2009.

A very popular feature in the past, the interactive format at EGB will again offer 2 hours of roundtable discussions so participants can sit with a respected legal mind in the jurisdiction of choice and ask questions that are specific to the individual. While it is EU case law that still holds much of the attention and will receive deep coverage at EGB the organizers know that wider developments in Eastern Europe, Turkey, South Africa and Asia are of great importance too, so attendees will gain essential knowledge of their legal landscape too.

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