Cooper Levenson Brings New Jersey Perspective To Gigse

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San Francisco, Calif. April 7, 2015 – Cooper Levenson’s Lloyd D. Levenson and Lynne Levin Kaufman will share New Jersey’s experience in iGaming at the upcoming Global iGaming Summit (GiGse) in San Francisco, Calif., at the Hyatt Regency, April 20-22, 2015. The firm also serves as Legal and Regulatory Advisor at the conference.

The 2015 GiGse conference will explore the latest developments in iGaming, regulatory and marketing challenges. The conference lineup puts iGaming into context with speakers who can offer their insight, data and experiences in their states.

Lloyd D. Levenson, CEO of Cooper Levenson, will give the Chairman’s opening remarks on Monday, April 20, at 9 a.m. He also will moderate a panel, “Dissecting New Jersey,” that same day from 12 noon to 12:50 p.m. The initial panel will explore a variety of issues including:

  • When will the market mature and stabilize, and start delivering substantial profit?
  • What’s to blame for poor performance: payments, geo-location, marketing, consumer awareness?
  • What is the REAL impact of online on land-based casino visitation and on the players’ lifetime value?
  • Is there a place for new entrants as those who were first to market withdraw?

The key take-aways from the session will serve as the basis for the Open Space session scheduled from 2:15 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., titled “iGaming Stream Open Space: Regulation, Policy & Public Awareness,” which will evaluate how the experiences in Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware indicate the future of regulation across U.S. states. Barriers to entry, bankruptcy provisions, and interstate gaming will be among the topics discussed.

Lynne Levin Kaufman, partner at Cooper Levenson, will moderate a panel on Tuesday, April 21, at 12 noon, titled, “Re-assessing the investment appetite for iGaming. Are social gaming and fantasy sports stealing the thunder?” Topics to be addressed include:

  • Understanding investors’ viewpoint on iGaming’s regulatory slowdown
  • Putting U.S. investments in a wider context – how developments in the global markets affect the appetite for investments in the U.S.A.?
  • Social vs. iGaming vs. fantasy gaming – where is the money long-term?

For a full agenda, and more details about GiGse, visit

Cooper Levenson is a full service law firm since 1957, with 75 attorneys and New Jersey offices in Atlantic City and Cherry Hill. The firm has regional offices in Bear, Del. and Las Vegas. For more information, visit

Date Published: March 1, 2017

Written by: Cooper Levenson, P.A.

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