Lynne Levin Kaufman, partner, Cooper Levenson, was chosen to moderate a panel at ICE Totally Gaming, a World Regulatory Briefing in London, held February 3-5, 2015. Kaufman’s session, scheduled for Tuesday, February 3, at 4:20 p.m., will assess the first iGaming launches in New Jersey and Nevada and how they will impact future regulation in other U.S. states.
Kaufman is joined by co-moderator Jennifer Carleton and panelists Dave Rebuck, Travis Foley, Melissa Blau. In the session, they will cover:
· Poker vs. casino regulation – assessing what regulatory scope is suitable for what state
· Avoiding the disconnect between predictions and real results
· Balancing consumer experience with compliance requirements
· How regulations are changing in these two states to improve the performance of the market and the customer experience
· What has been learnt from the payments and geo-location challenges
The conference is one of eight high-level events organized by ICE Totally Gaming. This event is a unique gathering of major gaming players including operators and regulators, and also is the annual launch pad for gaming innovation, debuting hundreds of new products. ICE Totally Gaming takes place at ExCel London, One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London, England. The conference features 60 sovereign states and self-governing territories on the exhibit floor. For more information, visithttp://www.icetotallygaming.com.
A frequent speaker on gaming law topics, Kaufman is at the forefront of recent developments in gaming law, including the implementation of online and mobile gaming in New Jersey. Based in the Atlantic City office of Cooper Levenson, Kaufman practices in all aspects of gaming law including licensure, financings, casino acquisitions and sales, compliance, investigations, new game and gaming equipment approvals for casino companies, gaming suppliers, technology vendors and lenders worldwide. She is past Chair of the Casino Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Gaming Advisors. She was a member of the Gaming Transition Committee for Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell.
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., Harrisburg, Pa., and Las Vegas. For more information, visit www.cooperlevenson.com.