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International Comparative Legal Guide to Gambling 2019
The ICLG to: Gambling covers common issues in gambling laws and regulations – including relevant authorities and legislation, application for a licence, licence restrictions, digital media, enforcement and liability – in 43 jurisdictions.
First published by Global Legal Group, November 2018, on www.ICLG.com.
The International Masters of Gaming Law is a non-profit association of gaming attorneys, regulators, educators, executives and consultants from around the world who are dedicated to education and the exchange of professional information and advice. The open networking and collective experience of its members makes the IMGL an integral and effective tool for the dissemination of gaming law developments worldwide. IMGL members practice independently and not in a relationship for the joint practice of law.