Getting The Deal Through – Gaming

Addisons was pleased to contribute the Australian chapter of “Getting the Deal Through (GTDT) – Gaming”, published by Lexology today.

Authors Jamie Nettleton, Joseph Abi-Hanna and Brodie Campbell provide an update to the industry and highlight the impacts on the gambling sector which arose due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The update discusses notable key developments, including:

  • the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority’s inquiry into Crown Resorts under the Casino Control Act 1992 (NSW);
  • the Report of the NSW Casino Inquiry tabled in the NSW Parliament in February 2021; and
  • the Northern Territory Supreme Court litigation commenced in late 2020 regarding the imposition of additional conditions onto the licences of NT sports bookmakers.

If you’d like further information, please feel free to contact Partner, Jamie Nettleton or a member of the Addisons Gambling team.

About The Getting The Deal Through – Gaming publication

Gaming provides a comprehensive overview of the laws and regulations affecting the gaming and gambling industry worldwide. Written by local experts in key jurisdictions, topics covered include: lawful and unlawful gambling; regulation; licensing criteria for land based and remote gambling; intellectual property and advertising; labour and employment issues concerning casino employees; acquisitions and changes of control; ‘quasi-gambling’ and social gaming; recent significant litigation that involves the gambling or quasi-gambling sectors.


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