International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) and Asia Gaming Brief (AGB) are proud to announce their partnership on Asian Gaming Lawyer - the latest addition to the IMGL suite of publications.Asian Gaming Lawyer will be joining the Gaming Lawyer family as the fifth periodical in the series, which includes American Gaming Lawyer,Canadian Gaming Lawyer, European Gaming Lawyer, and La Ley Del Juego.
IMGL President, Joerg Hofmann, said, "One of the main purposes of the IMGL is to be an educational organization, and the exchange and transfer of know-how and knowledge are at the very heart of the endeavors of the IMGL. I am looking forward to this collaboration with Asia Gaming Brief on sharing information on current developments and legal challenges of the gaming industry in Asia and the Pacific region."
Robert W. Stocker II, member at Dickinson Wright PLC and former IMGL President, commented, "From its inception, the International Masters of Gaming Law has been committed to being the definitive source of gaming law on a worldwide basis via its membership, publications, and conferences. With the commencement of publication of Asian Gaming Lawyer, the IMGL has a suite of five regularly issued regional gaming magazines that collectively cover gaming developments throughout the world."
Long-time IMGL member and corporate attorney, Mr Yap Wai Ming, has agreed to be the editor ofAsian Gaming Lawyer. With substantial legal experience in Malaysia, Singapore, and China -- and a focus on the gaming and leisure industries -- Mr Yap is ideally placed to oversee the theme and content for the new periodical.
The first edition of Asian Gaming Lawyer will be published in May 2015 and distributed at the G2E Asia show. "We are delighted to be able to launch the inaugural edition of Asian Gaming Lawyer at G2E Asia," said Rosalind Wade, Managing Director of AGB. "The collaboration makes perfect sense given the excellent reputation that IMGL has internationally as the foremost providers of information and networking for gaming lawyers. That, coupled with AGB's reach and knowledge of the Asia Pacific gambling industry, means that Asian Gaming Lawyer should become the premier resource for gaming lawyers and counsel in the region."
To submit article proposals for Asian Gaming Lawyer: please contact AGLawyer@agbrief.com.
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