This journal keeps one abreast of the latest developments in legislative, regulatory and judicial decisions affecting gaming at both the state and federal levels in the U.S. and in more than 75 countries. It features full texts of landmark cases and summaries of major cases. It covers the legal aspects of various facets of gaming and wagering -- casinos, lotteries, parimutuel and sports wagering, bingo and card games. Finally, it deals with every aspect of gaming law -- constitutional, corporate, internet, employment, international, tax, accounting, and Native American law.The problem is essentially one of bankruptcy policy and law, and is a composite result of several recent phenomena: (1) the proliferation of credit cards; (2) the growth in legal gambling venues; (3) insolvencies spawned by easy access toanbsp;...
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