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California Gambling

May 13, 2013

California Gaming – Implications of Internet and Off Reservation Gaming Activities

Expert Panelists

Cathy Christian
Nielsen, Merksamer, Parrinello, Gross & Leoni, LLP

Howard Dickstein
Dickstein Law Office

David Fried
Law Office of David Fried

Cheryl Schmit
Stand Up California

Topic

A non-partisan discussion of gaming issues in the state of California.

A panel of five gaming experts, moderated by Dean Francis J. Mootz III of the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, discussed the implications of internet gaming and off-reservation gaming on the state, its citizens and the state's economy. Read an article about the event.

Date and Time

May 23, 2013, noon to 1 p.m.

Place

California Chamber
California Room
1215 K St., Suite 1400
Sacramento, Calif.

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