“The paternalistic approach to the regulation of gambling services by Australian state and federal governments is a response to the concerns that arise from the adverse social consequences associated with gambling. However, gambling has long been a part of Australia’s culture and identity and, together with racing and sport, is well established in the national consciousness.“The Gambling Law Review 2019
Addisons was pleased to provide the Australian chapter to this year’s Gambling Law Review, published by The Law Reviews (TLR).
This review addresses relevant Australian legal and regulatory frameworks, wrongdoing, taxation and advertising and marketing, as well as summarising the year in review and a look to the future.
Authors, Jamie Nettleton, Shanna Protic Dib and Karina Chong hope you find it useful and encourage you to contact us if further information is required relating to the Australian legal position.