The gambling sector is in flux - technology continues to transform the way the industry operates, and gambling regulation is constantly evolving across international markets.
The gambling sector is complex, and the ever-changing and inconsistent international regulatory environment can be tough to navigate. We’re here to help you overcome the challenges - and to grasp the opportunities - which these changes present.
We know it’s important to you to work with true sector specialists. We are ranked in the top tier for gambling in Legal 500, we won ‘Best Regulatory Law Firm of the Year' title at the 2021 VIXIO GamblingCompliance Global Regulatory Awards, and we have IMGL members in more countries than any other law firm; you can trust that you are working with some of the best gambling lawyers in the industry.
Our renowned lawyers are passionate and knowledgeable about the sector, and work with some of the biggest, best known and most innovative gambling businesses in the world.
We’re here to help you with more than just gambling regulation. Clients rely on our sector specialists to advise in areas such as big-ticket commercial contracts, data protection, marketing and consumer law, intellectual property, corporate transactions, dispute resolution, competition law and tax. We advise on virtually every area of legal expertise required by gambling sector businesses.
Our deep sector experience means we understand your business needs, whether you're entering new markets, doing something innovative, contemplating a transformative deal or involved in an investigation or dispute. We provide client-focused, practical, commercial advice and solutions to help you achieve your goals.
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Chambers UK, 2017
Who's Who Legal Awards, 2016
Legal 500 UK, 2016
Chambers UK 2016
Chambers UK 2015
Who's Who Legal, 2015
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