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Gaming, Sports & Entertainment Lawyer, Lazcano Samano, S.C.
Juan Salvador Agraz 97, Corporativo Paragon, Office 14, Santa Fe
Cuajimalpa, Mexico City 05348
Office: +52 55 5292 0065
E-mail: [email protected]
Alfredo Lazcano is Chair of Lazcano Samano, S.C., one of the law firms with major experience and reputation in the Latin-American gaming sector. He advises and represents several leading technology companies of the Gaming, Fintech and Media Industries (major Nevada licensed manufacturers; the most important testing and certification gaming lab in the world; biggest transnational iGaming and eSports operators and suppliers; a major bank with some centuries of history; premier globally recognized payment services providers; and other substantial and reputable eCommerce, Internet and media platforms) most of them listed on the stock exchange and/or which hold a wide range of regulatory licenses in the strictest jurisdictions worldwide. Based in Mexico City, Lazcano leads a multidisciplinary team of experts (including residing Lawyers in other Latin-American jurisdictions) in the legal fields of Administrative & Taxation; Anti-Money Laundering & Risk Control; Banking & Financial; Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution; Corporate & Regulatory Compliance; Financial & General Administration; Gaming, Sports & Entertainment; Governmental Relations; Industrial Property & Copyrights; IT, Security & Processes; and International Trade & Customs. On a regular basis, he contributes as speaker on the main international events, as well as article contributor for the top gaming publications. His academic work in those fields is usually focused in regulatory improvement, combat against illegal operations, responsible gaming, protection of vulnerable individuals, as well as best practices and technical standards. Lazcano serves as General Member of the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL); Editor of the IMGL publication La Ley del Juego (the Law of the Game); Member of the Editorial Board of Gaming Law Review (Economics, Regulation, Compliance & Policy); Affiliate Member of the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM), and Legal Advisor of the AGEM Mexico Committee. He is authorized to practice law in Mexico, at the federal and state levels.