Gaming Law Review and Economics (GLRE) is the leading peer-reviewed journal addressing important regulatory and economic issues facing today’s gaming industry, particularly as the Internet begins to play a larger role. With its authoritative coverage of the legalities of intellectual property and licensing requirements, past and current litigation, and tax issues, the Journal is cited more often by legal courts than any other journal. GLRE provides the latest developments in legislation, regulation, and judicial decisions effecting gaming around the world, including state, federal, and tribal developments in the U.S.
Gaming Law Review and Economics coverage includes:
- New regulations in Internet and wireless gaming
- Gaming license requirements within and across jurisdictions—including the critically important issue of cross-border regulation within the European Community
- Legal aspects of credit and collection of debts
- Litigation affecting casino operations—including non-gaming legal issues (e.g. employment law, banking regulations, and even personal injury law) as applied to casinos
- Economic impacts of gaming issues and growth
- Gaming tax issues
- Intellectual property of casinos, gaming equipment manufacturers, and online gaming websites
- Legal aspects of all forms of gaming, including casino games, lotteries, sports books and horse racing
Gaming Law Review and Economics is under the editorial leadership of Co-Editors-in-Chief Joseph M. Kelly, PhD, JD, SUNY College Buffalo, Business Department; I. Nelson Rose, JD, Professor of Law & Attorney; Executive Editor Heidi McNeil Staudenmaier, JD, Snell & Wilmer, L.L.P.; and other leading investigators. View the entire editorial board.
Audience: Lawyers working in casino and gaming legal departments; entertainment and sports lawyers; intellectual property and licensing lawyers; among others
The Official Legal Publication of the International Masters of Gaming Law
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