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Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review 2019 Seattle University School of Law

Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review

Seattle University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Nipped In The Budd? Assessing The Wisdom Of The Gambling Review Body’S Recommendations In Relation To Problem Gambling, Daniel Waugh, Tom Grant 2019 Regulus Partners

Nipped In The Budd? Assessing The Wisdom Of The Gambling Review Body’S Recommendations In Relation To Problem Gambling, Daniel Waugh, Tom Grant

UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal

The convening of the Gambling Review Body (the ‘Review Body’), between 2000 and 2001 was the most recent attempt by the British Government to consider fully policy objectives for the operation of its licensed gambling market. It followed in a tradition of comprehensive Government-sponsored reviews of gambling (carried out in the twentieth century by Royal Commissions) approximately every 20 to 25 years. The publication of its report in 2001 had a strong influence on the drafting of the Gambling Act 2005 (the ‘2005 Act’), Britain’s principal piece of gambling legislation.

In 2019, Britain’s gambling laws are under review ...


Tribal Sovereignty And Online Gaming: Fantasy Sports Offer Tribes What Other Games Do Not, Cody Wilson 2019 Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law

Tribal Sovereignty And Online Gaming: Fantasy Sports Offer Tribes What Other Games Do Not, Cody Wilson

SMU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Passing The Ball: The United States Supreme Court Strikes Down Paspa And Throws Sports Gambling Back To State Legislatures, Hunter M. Haines 2019 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Passing The Ball: The United States Supreme Court Strikes Down Paspa And Throws Sports Gambling Back To State Legislatures, Hunter M. Haines

Maryland Law Review

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A Security By Any Other Name: An Inquiry Into Staking Agreements As Securities, Jacob D. Crawley 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

A Security By Any Other Name: An Inquiry Into Staking Agreements As Securities, Jacob D. Crawley

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

No abstract provided.


"…And The Eye In The Sky Is Watching Us All" - The Privacy Concerns Of Emerging Technological Advances In Casino Player Tracking, Stacy Norris 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

"…And The Eye In The Sky Is Watching Us All" - The Privacy Concerns Of Emerging Technological Advances In Casino Player Tracking, Stacy Norris

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Oral History Of Virginia Mcdowell, UNLV Gaming Law Journal, University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

The Oral History Of Virginia Mcdowell, Unlv Gaming Law Journal, University Of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School Of Law

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

Virginia McDowell, at the time, was the only female to serve as CEO and President of a large, publicly-traded gaming operation from 2007 until her retirement from Isle of Capri Casinos in April 2016. Leveraging her thirty-five years of casino experience, Ms. McDowell co-founded Global Gaming Women, a non-profit that serves to support, inspire and influence the development of women in the gaming industry through education and mentoring. Today, Ms. McDowell serves on various boards and is often a keynote speaker, moderator or panelist at universities, civic organizations and charitable organizations and major industry conferences.


The Oral History Of Paul Steelman, UNLV Gaming Law Journal, University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

The Oral History Of Paul Steelman, Unlv Gaming Law Journal, University Of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School Of Law

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

Mr. Steelman, founder of Steelman Partners, is a world-renowned visionary designer of global entertainment, hospitality and gaming architecture. He's worked on projects such as Golden Nugget, the Mirage, Sands Macau, and Casino Monte-Carlo in Monaco.


Sex- And Gender-Based Harassment In The Gaming Industry, Ann C. McGinley 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

Sex- And Gender-Based Harassment In The Gaming Industry, Ann C. Mcginley

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

No abstract provided.


State Lotteries And Their Customers, Keith C. Miller 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

State Lotteries And Their Customers, Keith C. Miller

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Entity Wagering And The Dream Of Making Las Vegas The Wall Street Of The West, Theresa Guerra 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

Entity Wagering And The Dream Of Making Las Vegas The Wall Street Of The West, Theresa Guerra

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Gambling Addiction: Increasing The Effectiveness And Popularity Of Problem Gambling Diversion In Nevada Courts, Kimber Laux 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

Gambling Addiction: Increasing The Effectiveness And Popularity Of Problem Gambling Diversion In Nevada Courts, Kimber Laux

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Who Really Got A Bad Break? A Critical Analysis Of The Bahamas’ Gaming Act No. 40 Of 2014 And The Treatment Of “Bad Actors” Thereunder, Crystal Corbett Knowles 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Who Really Got A Bad Break? A Critical Analysis Of The Bahamas’ Gaming Act No. 40 Of 2014 And The Treatment Of “Bad Actors” Thereunder, Crystal Corbett Knowles

International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking

No abstract provided.


Gambling And Tourism In South America: An Analysis Of Resort Casinos Evolution And Legislation Comparison In The Continent, Dario Luiz Paixao, Bo Jason Bernhard, Angelica Molteni Paixao, Jose Manoel Goncalves Gandara 2019 Positivo University

Gambling And Tourism In South America: An Analysis Of Resort Casinos Evolution And Legislation Comparison In The Continent, Dario Luiz Paixao, Bo Jason Bernhard, Angelica Molteni Paixao, Jose Manoel Goncalves Gandara

International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking

Abstract

Gambling and tourism industries have been developed by South American governments as a way of generating jobs and revenues. Of all kinds of gambling activities, casinos are the most commonly associated with the hospitality industry. Hotel and resort casinos can be found in every SA country (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guyana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela) except for Brazil, a two hundred million consumers market that prohibited casinos back in 1946. The purpose of this paper is to better understand the resort casinos evolution in these territories and also to compare legislation aiming to predict ...


In Search Of Equilibrium – How Regulatory Changes Impact The Gambling Industry In Poland, Sebastian Meitz, Stanisław Pogorzelski, Przemysław Bloch 2019 Gaming 5.0 / Kozminski University

In Search Of Equilibrium – How Regulatory Changes Impact The Gambling Industry In Poland, Sebastian Meitz, Stanisław Pogorzelski, Przemysław Bloch

International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking

The so-called Polish “gambling affair” of 2009 resulted in the adoption of a new Act on Gambling. The regulation significantly changed the legal environment in Poland. It was also the starting point of what we identified as the search of equilibrium - a number of further legislative changes aimed at creating a sustainable environment for gambling. Some market segments became delegalized, some monopolized, and others liberalized. The Polish Ministry of Finance and the parliament tried to find the right balance between consumer protection, business growth, and government revenue. A goal that is still to be achieved.

This article examines the changes ...


What Is A Game Of Chance? An Application To Loot Boxes, Wessel Oomens 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

What Is A Game Of Chance? An Application To Loot Boxes, Wessel Oomens

International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking

The traditional landscape of games of chance such as lotteries, betting, casinos and slots has become intertwined with complex financial products as well as digital games with elements of chance.

The Netherlands Gambling Authority has issued a guidance paper outlining a five-step decision process in order to determine whether a game classifies as gambling:

  • Threshold: is the number of providers, players and the amount money involved considerable enough to warrant spending resources in assessing the game?
  • Overlap: is there potential overlap with other rules and regulations, in particular those governing financial products?
  • Prize: does the game award its winners with ...


Anti Money Laundering And (Online) Gaming: How To Implement Broad And Indistinct Aml Notions - Regulatory Experiences From Europe, Simon Planzer 2019 University of St.Gallen

Anti Money Laundering And (Online) Gaming: How To Implement Broad And Indistinct Aml Notions - Regulatory Experiences From Europe, Simon Planzer

International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking

Target audience:

Gaming regulators, gaming companies (notably compliance officers), scholars.

Research questions:

This UNLV supported research project has combined valuable inputs from international AML experts, gaming regulators with significant online and AML experience and AML literature alike. It has notably addressed the following questions:

  • How are broad and indistinct AML notions - referring to higher money laundering risk constellations - to be interpreted in the (online) gaming sector specifically?
  • How can regulators implement these AML notions proportionately (effectiveness without unnecessary regulatory over-kill)?
  • What solutions are available to mitigate the AML risks?

Research background:

Both gaming regulators and gaming companies are facing the ...


Skill-Based Gambling Machines: Consumer Attitudes And Capacity For Informed Choice, Sally M. Gainsbury, Kahlil Philander Ph.D., Georgia Grattan Ms 2019 University of Sydney, Australia

Skill-Based Gambling Machines: Consumer Attitudes And Capacity For Informed Choice, Sally M. Gainsbury, Kahlil Philander Ph.D., Georgia Grattan Ms

International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking

Abstract

Skill-based gambling machines combine elements of video games (skill, social interaction, competition, achievement and progress) with the random pay-out schedule of electronic gaming machines (EGMs, slots, pokies, VLTs, FOBTS). These new machines are designed to be more engaging than traditional EGMs and specifically appeal to younger generations to address the aging EGM player base apparent in many international jurisdictions. Skill-based gambling machines are currently only legally-provided in a handful of U.S. states. International regulators have expressed concerns regarding the potential for machines to lead to harms due to players misunderstanding the extent to which skill can influence outcomes ...


Are Gaming Concessions Obsolete? A Comparative Study Of Macau And Portugal, Jorge Godinho 2019 Jorge Godinho

Are Gaming Concessions Obsolete? A Comparative Study Of Macau And Portugal, Jorge Godinho

International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking

Abstract

The concept of a concession for the operation of games of chance is the legal basis of the largest casino gaming industry in the world, that of the Macau Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. This concept, in its modern form, came to Macau in 1961, from Portuguese law, where it was started in 1927.

This paper has two main goals.

The first is to sumarize the evolution of concessions of games of chance in Portugal and Macau, covering the common legal and conceptual basis in both systems, highlighting the similarities and differences, especially regarding ...


Will Junket Business Change Significantly In Macao?, Changbin Wang, Changbin Wang 2019 Macao Polytechnic Institute

Will Junket Business Change Significantly In Macao?, Changbin Wang, Changbin Wang

International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking

Will Junket Business Change Significantly in Macao?

Changbin Wang

Professor, Gaming Teaching & Research Center

Macao Polytechnic Institute

Abstract

The unique junket business which has lasted nearly four decades in Macao and has brought more than a half, actually 60%-70% in most of the years, of the gaming revenues to Macao since 2002 is jeopardized due to a couple of factors. First, Macao government has put on stricter regulations after Huang Shan, a junket who brought high rollers from Mainland China to Macao, disappeared in 2014 leaving massive debts, and an accountant in the Dore-operated VIP room at the Wynn ...


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