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Healys set to hold UK iGaming legislation seminar

Written By: Maya Michaels | December 9, 2012 | Posted In Poker News

Healys LLP, a London law practice has revealed that it’ll be holding a free breakfast workshop next week to talk about the future for UK-facing online gaming and betting businesses presently licensed offshore.

The gathering is being set in the wake of news that Parliament is soon set to contemplate on the proposed Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Bill, which would modify the current Gambling Act 2005 and could push remote gambling operators to be licensed by the Gambling Commission to be able to promote or offer their services to British players.

Healys said that the limited-space seminar will be held on December 13 inside its offices at 15 Jockeys Fields in London and is scheduled to include an expert panel made up of gambling consultant Steve Donoughue, Bill Robinson, Head of Economics for KPMG, Clive Hawkswood, Executive Director for the Remote Gambling Association, and Jeremy White, Barrister for the Pump Court Tax Chambers, alongside its Gaming Team Head, David Schollenberger, and moderated by Michael Caselli, Editor-In-Chief for iGaming Business.

Caselli said “It was a pleasure to be asked by Healys to moderate this seminar,”

“Since the recent legislation, insight is needed on the future for UK-facing online gaming companies. The seminar will allow delegates to hear from key industry figures on the implications for their business.”

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