Gaming Legal News - December 2013 • Volume 6, Number 29

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In This Issue:

- GOVERNOR APPOINTS NEW DIRECTOR OF ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF GAMING; AGENCY CONTINUES ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS:

On December 11, 2013, Governor Jan Brewer named Daniel Bergin as the new Director of the Arizona Department of Gaming. Bergin had been serving as Acting Director of the Department since September, when former Director Mark Brnovich resigned the position to run for Arizona Attorney General.

Daniel Bergin has been with the Department since 2009. An attorney, Bergin had previously served as the Department’s General Counsel, heading its legal staff. Prior to that, Bergin was Deputy Director for Administration and Compliance, overseeing the agency’s budgeting, human resources and compliance activities...

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