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Lewis and Roca Attorney Tony Cabot Appointed to the Asia Pacific Association for Gambling Studies
Published on Tue, Jan 8, 2013 (12:42 p.m.)LEWIS AND ROCA ATTORNEY TONY CABOT APPOINTED TO THE ASIA PACIFIC ASSOCIATION FOR GAMBLING STUDIES
Las Vegas, NV – Lewis and Roca LLP is pleased to announce that partner Tony Cabot has been appointed the Academic Committee Member to the Asia Pacific Association for Gambling Studies.
Cabot is a partner and Practice Group Leader of the firm’s Gaming practice group. He helps clients in the areas of gaming law, Internet gambling, sweepstakes and contests. Covering the entire gaming spectrum, his clients include casino owners, game developers, Internet gambling sites, and companies that run contests and sweepstakes. He provides legal counseling related to all types of games, encompassing online games, casual games and complex skill-based games.
The Asia Pacific Association for Gambling Studies (APAGS) is a not-for-profit international academic network consisting of scholars, professionals, regulators, and policy makers dealing with gambling research and the gaming business around the world. Without a collective position on gambling, APAGS is dedicated to promoting gambling studies from different perspectives (e.g., psychological, sociological, economic, and regulatory) through consultancy and scientific research and by holding international conferences and publishing scholarly journals.
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