Spotlight: Professor I. Nelson Rose Speaking at the IMGL Autumn Conference

written by I. Nelson Rose
August 16, 2018
Among the topical discussions at IMGL’s Autumn Conference, we’ll be paying special attention to the Social Responsibility panel. I. Nelson Rose will join Sebastian BlohmGlobal Head of Corporate & Legal Affairs at ZEAL Network SE and Chris Elliott, Solicitor at Wiggin LLP on the panel moderated by Cosmina Simion, Partner, Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen (NNDKP) where the debate on finding the right balance between regulating the market and letting it trade freely will be of particular interest to industry executives.

The industry is facing many social challenges today and how it reacts to those and how could it do things better form the basis of this important conversation. The panel will discuss player behaviors today versus, say, 10 years ago. How do Millennials behave compared to their predecessors? How does the way games are played and hence how they are designed impact responsible gambling initiatives?  How can the use of data analytics assist in tackling problem gambling? How can the industry address the societal issue it faces (and, according to some, it causes), both operators, suppliers as well as regulators.

Join Gambling and the Law’s® Professor Rose in Prague over 5-7 September at the IMGL Autumn Conference.

I. Nelson Rose

Prof. Rose is recognized as one of the world’s leading experts on gambling law, and is a consultant and expert witness for governments and industry. His latest books, INTERNET GAMING LAW (1st and 2nd editions), BLACKJACK AND THE LAW and GAMING LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS, are available through his website, www.GAMBLINGANDTHELAW.com.

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