Casinos, Lotteries & Social Gaming: A Market Analysis of the Patchwork Quilt of Legislation & Trends

$195.00

Live Broadcast on March 24, 2017

Attorneys can expect to learn: the traditional elements of gambling and the several tests employed to measure “chance;” federal vs. state framework applicable to the conduct and content that is “gambling;” recent legislative and social trends sweeping the nation.

This course is co-sponsored by Wolters Kluwer.

Key topics to be discussed:

  • Traditional Elements of Gambling Dissected
  • Federal Legislation
  • State Legislation
  • Lotteries, Daily Fantasy Sports & Social Gaming

 
Date / Time: March 24, 2017

  • 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Eastern
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  • 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Pacific

 
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Live Broadcast on March 24, 2017

timothy-lowryTimothy J. Lowry has deep experience on a variety of complex business transactions facing the gaming, lottery, entertainment, and hospitality industries. Through his transactional practice, Timothy routinely assists clients relative to corporate acquisitions, formation, governance, executive employment agreements, intellectual property licensing, management agreements, real estate acquisitions and dispositions, and project finance.

Timothy regularly represents state agencies and government units, real estate private equity sponsors and funds, publicly-traded companies, casino- and lottery-operating companies, energy generation companies, high net-worth investors, and Indian Tribes in all aspects of complex multi-party transactions. Aside from this corporate transactional practice, Timothy regularly advises his clients on such specific subject matters as casino regulatory compliance, iGaming compliance, sweepstakes and advertising promotions, horse-racing and pari-mutuel wagering, sports betting, money service businesses, credit card and electronic payment processing, and the convergence between bricks-and-mortar real estate development and internet platforms in the gaming and lottery sector.

Timothy has worked on a number of cross-border transactions including projects in Canada, the Bahamas, Mexico, the Philippines, and the United Kingdom.

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Section I. Traditional Elements of Gambling Dissected
a) Prize, Chance, Consideration
b) Legislative or Judicial Tests to Gauge

Section II. Federal Legislation
a) Wire Act
b) PASPA
c) UIGEA
d) Other Federal Enactments

Section III. State Legislation
a) General Proscriptions
b) Contrast Lottery Legislation
c) Emerging Trends: Deregulation/Expansion

Section IV. Lotteries, Daily Fantasy Sports & Social Gaming
a) Is such prohibited conduct?
b) Legal elements
c) Emerging trends