Editor: Carl Rohsler
The Gambling Law Review is designed for practitioners across the world who want to find a way quickly to digest and understand the framework of gambling legislation in key jurisdictions. It analyses the most consequential new legislation and case law, with a focus on key events of the past 12 months and the things to look out for in the next.
Editor: Behnam Dayanim
Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into land-based and remote gambling and quasi-gambling activities, including legal definition; age restrictions; penalties; social and non-profit gambling; regulatory authorities; anti-money-laundering regulations; establishment, director, officer and owner licensing; casino development; passive/institutional ownership; responsible gambling; taxes; cross-border and internet gambling; patents; trademarks; advertising; supplier licensing and registration; wage and hour and collective labour issues; change of control and bankruptcy considerations; recent litigation; and recent trends.
Expert local insight into the major trademark law issues across multiple jurisdictions, covering: ownership and scope of trademarks, application for registration, appeal of failed applications, third-party opposition to registration, duration and maintenance of marks, assignment, markings, types of trademark enforcement proceedings, procedural format and timing, discovery, litigation costs, defences and remedies and appeals.
Arbitration contains expert local insight into arbitration laws and institutions worldwide, providing essential ‘need to know’ answers to the fundamental questions facing corporations and counsel. This guide gives a comprehensive overview of the entire process, from the drafting of contractual clauses through to the enforcement of awards in local courts. The book deals with: laws and institutions, arbitration agreements, constitution of arbitral tribunals, arbitral proceedings, interim measures and awards.