The gambling sector is in flux - technology has transformed the way the industry operates, and the regulation of online gambling is constantly changing across international markets. Our focus on technology, combined with a market-leading presence in the gambling sector, gives us a unique insight into the issues you face.
Our international gambling group works seamlessly across our 29 offices, advising gambling businesses in key jurisdictions in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. Our renowned lawyers are passionate about the sector and work with some of the biggest, best known and most innovative gambling businesses in the world.
We're proud of the fact that we really are one firm – a single global partnership – providing our services directly from the most appropriate jurisdictions. We are particularly active in jurisdictions undergoing imminent or recent regulatory change, including Sweden, the Netherlands, Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary, as well as the UK.
We advise on much more than just gambling regulation. Our clients frequently turn to us for advice in key areas such as commercial contracts, data protection, marketing and consumer law, intellectual property, competition law, corporate transactions and litigation work. We advise on virtually every area of legal expertise required by gambling organisations, helping you to navigate the challenges presented by the ever-changing environment.
Our gambling advice encompasses:
Our experience means we understand your business needs, whether you're entering new markets or doing something innovative; we provide practical advice and solutions to help make your project a success.
If you'd like to know more about how we can help, please get in touch with Andy Danson.
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