Internet Gaming Law

written by I. Nelson Rose
2010

Internet Gaming Law is an essential resource for legal professionals and business executives in the field of Internet gaming law. This valuable book covers a multitude of new challenges to government and regulatory agencies that deal with gambling legislation, including:

  • Federal legislation pertaining to internet gambling
  • US law as it applies to advertising for online gaming services
  • Use and abuse of certain bank instruments for Internet gambling
  • Laws regarding wagers via phone lines
  • Latest developments in legislative, regulatory, and judicial decisions affecting the gaming industry internationally
  • Gaming tax issues
  • Intellectual property issues
  • and much more

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I. Nelson Rose

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