Marc Ellinger will speak at the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) 2019 Spring Conference which takes place March 27-29, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Marc will join three other speakers on a panel titled “Gaming, Elected Officials and the Media” The panelists will discuss the restrictions on gaming businesses in electoral activity and in media with a guide to how gaming businesses can participate in both and insure a continued vibrant gaming industry.
Marc will also be also be facilitating two discussions, with other facilitators, on recent issues concerning the Wire Act. The discussion will focus on state lotteries, mega jackpots, online poker sites and contracts among state for liquidity purposes, to mobile gaming. The group will be discussing whether the transmission at some point across state lines helps facilitate the wager.
International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) is the pre-eminent association of gaming attorneys, regulators, educators, executives and consultants from around the world who are dedicated to education and the exchange of professional information and advice. The open networking and collective experience of its members makes the IMGL an integral and effective tool for the dissemination of gaming law developments worldwide. IMGL has members from six continents, more than fifty countries and thirty states.