Crowe & Dunlevy Indian Law & Gaming Practice Chair, D. Michael McBride III, was a speaker at the recent The 14th Annual National Institute on the Gaming Law Minefield.
The 2010 Gaming Law Minefield program is specifically designed to provide in-depth coverage and discussion of the cutting-edge legal, regulatory and ethical issues confronting both commercial and Native American gaming. Attorneys, compliance officers, Native American leaders, regulators and legislators will all garner invaluable insights into current trends, opportunities and obstacles in the gaming industry. The program’s subject matter includes new gaming technology, increased IRS CTR and SAR compliance audit activity, Internet gaming, Native American gaming, breaking hot topics in the gaming industry, latest developments in dealing with problem gamblers, and a two-hour ethics program.
The Gaming Law Minefield program constitutes one of the most comprehensive, state-of-the-law gaming programs available. Program attendees have consistently rated the program as a valuable educational experience that provides participants with the opportunity to meet and talk with a wide variety of gaming law experts and leading state and Native American regulators.