|The 3rd Annual World Interactive Gaming Summit held on March 24-25 will proceed to address the issue of how international online gambling companies could possibly go around US without causing legal problems. Online casinos, sportsbooks and a number of other gambling related entities will be attending the Summit at the beautiful Biscayne Bay Hotel and Marina in Miami, Florida. All will hear from Patrick T. O'Brien, partner in the law firm of Greenberg Traurig, who will categorically describe how to overcome each and every legal hurdle and risk associated with providing US with online gaming services. |
Mr. Traurig on the other hand will provide an inside perspective of law enforcement toward Internet gaming, and will in fact address every single major sector supporting interactive gaming. This is said to include the following; hosting, telecommunications, software development, payment processing, banking, advertising, accounting and legal services. On top of all that Mr. Traurig will also be pointing out the legal risks involved, factors which might increase those risks and the steps that can be taken to eradicate those risks altogether. The conference, chaired by non other than Tony Fontaine, vice president of multifaceted business solutions for Station Casinos, will include experts from various fields of gaming, consisting of law regulation and government.