On 28 November 2013, David Clifton & Suzanne Davies attended the 6th Responsible Gaming Day in Brussels: “The EU and Online Gambling – Where next?”, organised by the European Gaming & Betting Association
Suzanne Davies summarises yet further deregulation proposals for entertainment which takes place in alcohol-licensed premises
Following discussions with the industry, the Gambling Commission has extended the deadline for responding to the regulatory returns consultation for remote operators from 28 November 2013 to 3 January 2014.
The Gambling Commission publishes on its website the text of speeches delivered by its Chairman Philip Graf. These provide a valuable insight into the Commission’s thinking insofar as policy issues are concerned.
A summary of the diversity of regulatory frameworks across EU Member States that has arisen from an increasing number of national regulatory and licensing systems
The Office of Fair Trading’s (OFT) investigation into online and app- based games and how these games target children, for example through aggressive commercial practices, has particular relevance for the social gaming/gambling industry, especially given the Gambling Commission’s concerns about the impact of social games on young people. David Clifton, Director at Clifton Davies Consultancy […]
David Clifton highlights possible developments to the National Minimum Wage
At the iGaming Business Social Gambling Conference 2013 in London on 6&7 November 2013, David Clifton spoke to an international audience on the subject of “Gambling-Style Social Games: Global Legal Update”. Those of you who are iGaming Business Intelligence Centre subscribers can view a video of David’s presentation at http://www.igamingbusiness.com/video/gambling-style-social-games-global-legal-update A summary of Days 1 and […]
A summary of the proposals contained in the Gambling Commission’s three consultation documents published in September 2013: (a) remote operating licence application review (b) proposed amendments to the LCCP (c) protection of customer funds
Suzanne Davies outlines two recent changes to health and safety requirements affecting your business