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Gaming Legal News - January 2014 • Volume 7, Number 3

In This Issue: - BULGARIA ADOPTS NEW GAMBLING TAX REGIME: - by Nadya Hambach, LL.M (Velchev & Co.): Bulgaria has a new gambling taxation regime effective January 1, 2014, which, together with the...more

Gaming Trends in 2014

Calendar year 2014 is guaranteed to be an interesting year on many fronts, including the gaming industry. The expansion of gaming in Ohio is off and running at a dramatic pace, with more gaming to come on line this year via...more

Federal Government Blocks International Online Gamblers, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Sue

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes have filed suit against Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell after the Department Interior blocked their effort to offer real-money online gaming to international customers....more

Gaming Legal News - December 2013 • Volume 6, Number 27

In This Issue: - NORTHWEST GAMING LAW SUMMIT: The Seminar Group’s 11th annual Northwest Gaming Law Summit, which has a heavy focus on tribal gaming, is set for December 12–13 in Seattle, Washington... -...more

The Basics of Music Licensing in Digital Media: 2011 Update

Businesses that are involved in digital media use music in many ways—and most require some sort of license to make the use legal. Whether the music is used in an advertisement or a music video, on a Web site or delivered via...more

Yale Agrees to Return Machu Picchu Artifacts to Peru: Ethics-Based Repatriation Efforts Gain Steam

This article discusses the apparent resolution between Yale and Peru over the disputed artifacts removed from Machu Picchu by Hiram Bingham in 1911. The article considers how Peru has, in recent years, asserted itself on an...more

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