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Jason Hanselman to Present at Global Gaming Expo 2013 in Las Vegas

Will Share Perspectives on Renegotiating Expiring Tribal Gaming Compacts

August 12, 2013

Jason T. Hanselman, a Lansing-based member in Dykema’s Government Policy & Practice whose practice focuses on casino gaming will be a presenter at the Global Gaming Expo 2013 (G2E), to be held in Las Vegas from September 23-26, 2013. Hanselman represents casino developers, tribal entities, banks, and other licensees before various regulatory bodies, including state gaming control boards and the National Indian Gaming Commission. This conference, presented by the American Gaming Association and celebrating its 13th year, is the largest casino gaming conference in North America.

Hanselman will share his thoughts on the challenges and opportunities of renegotiating expiring tribal compacts in a presentation themed “End of the Road or New Opportunity? Renegotiating Compacts.” This one-hour presentation—part of the conference’s Indian Gaming track—will take place on Wednesday, September 24 beginning at 2:00 PM.

In his remarks, Hanselman will address such important issues as:

  • Strategies for renegotiation
  • New compact models
  • How Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) restrictions affect taxation of Indian tribes
  • Alternative proposals for revenue sharing payments

To learn more about G2E or to register, click here.