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Professor I. Nelson Rose, a leading expert on gambling law, author, consultant, and frequent expert witness for governments, and industry. – ABC News
One of the World’s Leading Authorities on Gaming Law
I. Nelson Rose
Gambling & Gaming Law Expert
Professor I. Nelson Rose is a legal consultant and expert witness for individuals, governments and industry. Contact him for:
• Legal Opinions
• Expert Testimony
• Analysis of Laws & Regulations
• Amicus Briefs
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A leading expert on gambling law, author, consultant and frequent expert witness and for governments and industry
I. Nelson Rose, the country's leading authority on gambling law.
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ADDICTION BY DESIGN: MACHINE GAMBLING IN LAS VEGAS
Prominent gambling expert, I. Nelson Rose.
NEW YORK TIMES
No government has ever asked $1 billion just for the right to build a casino. That still is true. But that’s how much New York Governor Kathy Hochul had originally wanted for casinos in New York City. Casino executives and lobbyists were able to get the leaders of...
A little-known fact, known by few: Texas has poker clubs. These are by no means just a couple of tables in the back of a bar. The Lodge Card Club in Round Rock outside of Austin has more than 60 tables. The games -- mostly Texas Hold 'em, naturally -- are played...
Junkets and high-rollers are out. Mass-market is definitely in. The six current concessionaires, including the American companies MGM, Wynn, and Las Vegas Sands, are, rightly, mostly concerned about whether they will be allowed to continue to operate casinos. But they...
The new proposed law for Macau casinos has been made public, and the existing casino operators – and their investors – have breathed sighs of relief. The government has made it clear that there will be “no more than six casino concessions,” which all six companies read as “we will be renewed.”