Sports Betting In Indian Country: The Rules, Regulations & Best Practices for Tribal Gaming

Sports Betting In Indian Country: The Rules, Regulations & Best Practices for Tribal Gaming

October 16, 2019, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Titian 2301
Language:
English
Regulations exist and although we don't want to reinvent the wheel, this no place for a cut a paste approach. Exploring existing regulation, learning from the European market issues and setting a strong yet flexible stage for the future technology is a balancing act best left to the experts. Listen and learn as they delve into the methodology of regulation and the reasoning behind it.

Contributors

  • Valerie Spicer

    Moderator

    Executive Director

    Arizona Indian Gaming Association

    Valerie Spicer brings more than 30 years of gaming experience to the Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA) having worked extensively in the...

  • Neal Atkinson

    Speaker

    Director of Table Games

    Pearl River Resorts

  • Jonodev Chaudhuri

    Speaker

    Partner

    Quarles & Brady LLP

    Jonodev O. Chaudhuri has extensive experience representing tribal nations, tribal citizens, corporations, and individual clients on issues relating...

  • Matthew Morgan

    Speaker

    Director of Gaming Affairs

    Chickasaw Nation

    Mr. Matthew L. Morgan, Esq. currently serves as the Director of Gaming Affairs for the Chickasaw Nation where he provide strategic counsel and policy...

  • Chris Stearns

    Speaker

    Of Counsel

    Hobbs Straus Dean & Walker LLP

    Chris Stearns, Navajo, is Of Counsel to the national Indian law firm of Hobbs Straus Dean & Walker. He is also a Commissioner and past Chairman of...

Program Type

  1. Program Type
    Presentation

Categories

  1. Track
    Tribal Gaming

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