Our free webinar series focuses on critical issues facing the global gaming industry. 
Held approximately every six weeks and developed in conjunction with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) International Center for Gaming Regulation (ICGR), the UNLV International Gaming Institute (IGI), the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) and Ernst & Young, these webinars focus on key topics of interest within the ever evolving global gaming industry and feature panelists who are thought leaders on each issue. The free webinars are made possible by Casino International, and all past webinars are archived in IAGA's Members Only section of this website. 

Wednesday, Feb. 3, 8 a.m. PST

Post-Pandemic Gaming Policy:  How Will It Impact Markets, Technology and Delivery Channels?
2021 portends to be a landmark year for policy changes impacting the gaming industry.  States are strapped for revenue, gaming operators are looking to recover from the damage done in 2020, consumers want safety, convenience, and more ways to engage.  Meanwhile, gaming equipment suppliers are eager to provide new tools and games to fulfill all those wishes.  This panel of seasoned government affairs experts will discuss which states to watch in the coming months and dissect the complexity of intertwining issues and competing interests that will mark the fascinating year ahead.

Moderated by Kevin P. Mullally, Vice-President of Government Relations & General Counsel for Gaming Laboratories International, the panelists are: 

  • Ed Bedrosian Jr., Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
  • Howard Glaser, Global Head of Government Affairs and Special Initiatives, Scientific Games
  • Ayesha Molino, Senior Vice-President, Government Affairs, MGM Resorts International
  • Eric Schippers, Senior Vice President, Public Affairs & Government  Relations, Penn National Gaming

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Unanticipated Legal Vulnerabilities: How the Ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic is Unmasking New Areas of Risk
As we rapidly approach the one-year mark of the current COVID-19 pandemic, organizations within the global gaming world continue to confront  a wide range of legal concerns and situations. Functioning in a constantly shifting reality where legal experts still face heightened cyber/data privacy threats caused by remote work, must consider adjusting business interruption insurance policies and rarely-used force majeure clauses, implement new rules and policies for work environments and interactions with customers and more, the ongoing pandemic has both revealed numerous areas of risk that have changed the way many gaming companies are operating and has created a level of uncertainty of what additional risks the future might reveal. This session will begin by evaluating several new best practices that have emerged as a result and discuss how industry can better prepare for the future and the threat of another similar situation.