Mississippi Gaming Commission Considers Easing Restrictions on Institutional Investors

At the October 19, 2017, meeting of the Mississippi Gaming Commission, the Commission approved for publication, for receipt of public comment, a proposal to amend the Commission’s regulations on institutional investors.

Institutional investors under the Mississippi gaming regulations and those of other jurisdictions are certain defined banks, insurance companies, registered investment companies, registered investment advisors, collective trust funds, employee benefit plans and trust funds subject to ERISA, state or federal government pension plans and the like.

Under those regulations, institutional investors are typically permitted Continue Reading

Russell Published in American Gaming Lawyer – “With the ‘Eddie Tipton Situation’ Over, What Happens Now?”

Daniel Russell published an article for American Gaming Lawyer’s Autumn 2017 issue. In his article, “With the ‘Eddie Tipton Situation’ Over, What Happens Now?” Mr. Russell discusses the issues surrounding the Hot Lotto scheme and the direction of the gaming industry with regard to security. The article provides information of the legal ramifications of security breaches and what they mean for the gaming industry as a whole. Please click here to read the full article.

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