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Internet Gaming Law: Second Edition, Revised and Expanded

I. Nelson Rose, JD and Martin D. Owens Jr., Esq.

2009 • ISBN13 978-1-934854-00-6 • ISBN e-book 978-1-934854-12-9
Hardcover • 460 pages • Trim size: 7 x 10

Testimonials

"In the second edition of his masterful Internet Gaming Law, I. Nelson Rose refines and extends the insights and materials that made the original so necessary. Rose, with impressive research, carefully gets to the heart of the important issues. If you want to get ahead of the curve in this growing industry, you'd be well served by reading this important book."
      David G. Schwartz, PhD
      University of Nevada Las Vegas

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As a credit to the advancement of gaming law, the first edition was an invaluable resource. The second edition continues to be a great resource for dealing with complex issues in Internet gaming law. This is a must-read book for those in this industry."
      Michael D. Lipton
      Dickinson Wright LLC


"Internet Gaming Law has been in the forefront of this exciting and growing part of the law. The second edition continues to be a great resource for those of us who practice in this field."
      Frank Catania
      Catania & Associates, Law Offices, LLC

"Internet gaming is a speeding train that continues to gain momentum. The second edition of Internet Gaming Law breaks down the barriers of this complex issue with candid analysis and commentary by a professor who has followed the growth of Internet gaming from its inception."

      Robert W. Stocker, II, President
      International Masters of Gaming Law

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