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Whether you are a large corporate or a start-up business, we can advise you on all areas of the gambling industry. We also specialise in unregulated offerings such as eSports, prize competitions and free entry raffles/ lotteries and their compliance with a range of consumer protection legislation.
Our extensive experience and industry knowledge regularly involves us working with a network of the foremost international gambling lawyers and regulators. Through this network, our teams based in London and Gibraltar can provide coordinated global advice on all aspects of gambling law for online and land-based operators as well as the suppliers to both.
Our combined knowledge of English, Gibraltar and European law, along with our prior in-house legal and compliance experience, allows us to assist you with not only understanding regulatory and licensing requirements but also advising and executing on a range of commercial and operational solutions utilising our regulatory and compliance consulting capability.
Our lawyers have extensive online British and Gibraltar gambling experience, from in-house and private practice. Members of the team are associated with the International Masters of Gaming Law, International Association of Gaming Attorneys and the Gibraltar’s Gambling and Betting Association.
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News & insights on Gaming & Betting
News / Safer Gambling?
10-06-2020 / Gaming & Betting
2020 is a year that will not be easily forgotten, in particular due to the Covid-19 virus pandemic which continues to have a profound effect globally on all facets of everyone’s lives.
News / Keeping bars, casinos and bingo halls trading legally through the coronavirus outbreak
05-03-2020 / Gaming & Betting
Licensed premises, including bars, pubs, clubs, casinos and bingo halls should take legal advice from specialist licensing lawyers to ensure they can continue trading through the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
News / Globalisation vs AML Regulation in the Gambling Industry
28-11-2019 / Gaming & Betting
This article was first published in the ICLG to: Gambling 2020 We are pleased to share that Andrew Tait and Michelle Walsh recently contributed to a chapter on 'Globalisation vs. AML Regulation' in the sixth edition of the ICLG (International Comparative Legal Guides) Gambling 2020 guide. The guide covers common issues in gambling laws and regulations – including relevant authorities and legislation, application for a licence, licence restrictions, digital media, enforcement and liability across 39 jurisdictions.
News / Upping the stakes on responsible gambling
10-04-2019 / Gaming & Betting
This article was first published in EGR Compliance, April 2019. Now that the anti-gambling lobby has won the battle over reduced stakes on FOBTs, attention has turned back to the online sector. Despite the rates of problem gambling remaining static at 0.8% of the UK population, this still leaves us with 340,000 or so problem gamblers. Therefore, as identified by Tracey Crouch, the then DCMS minister, in her May 2018 review, the next area of focus is the online sector
News / AML Compliance and Enforcement Seminar, brought to you by Ince Gordon Dadds & iGaming Academy
03-01-2019 / Gaming & Betting
AML Compliance and Enforcement Seminar, brought to you by Ince Gordon Dadds & iGaming Academy. Tuesday 15 January 2019, Intercontinental Hotel Malta – 1.00pm – 8.00pm.
News / Betting & Gaming sector update November 2018
27-11-2018 / Gaming & Betting
Malta Update: Like many other EU jurisdictions, Malta was late in updating its AML regulations in line with the 4th Money Laundering Directive, only doing so on the 21 December 2017, well past the 26 June 2017 deadline. However it’s not alone with countries such as Ireland still without updated regulations.
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