Global Gaming Expo (G2E) is the premier gaming trade show and conference Commercial and Native American gaming professionals.
: Speaker List
Below is a listing of all sessions the speaker is scheduled to present.
Mark Clayton, Esq.
Nevada Gaming Control Board
Mark Clayton, Esq. is a member of the Nevada State Gaming Control Board. Before joining the board, he served as vice president of corporate law for Caesars Entertainment, Inc. Clayton also has served as general counsel for the Aladdin Resort and Casino in Las Vegas and Showboat, Inc., with properties in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Indiana and Australia. Before entering the gaming industry, Clayton served as chief of the corporate securities division for Nevada's gaming control board. He began his legal career in private practice, with an emphasis on corporate, commercial and securities law.
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
COMPLIANCE, LAW & REGULATION
The role of Government in Gaming.
Cooperation and Conflict: New and Old Issues Confronting Casinos, Regulators and Suppliers Room: N111 ~ 9:15 am - 10:15 am (Wednesday, November 19, 2008)
Everyone knows that cooperation is essential to the relationship between casinos, suppliers and regulators. However, sometimes the parties disagree. In all cases, an open dialogue on the issues assists all sides. This seminar places regulators from key and emerging gaming jurisdictions together with industry operators and suppliers to discuss new and recurring issues, common goals and ideas on how to reach them. Practical tips on navigating the process also will be given.
Lloyd Levenson - Chief Executive Officer, Cooper Levenson, Attorneys at Law
Investments, M&A, and Financial Analysis of Gaming Markets
Money, Money, Money: A Private Capital and Licensing Update Room: N117 ~ 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm (Wednesday, November 19, 2008)
With many of gaming's largest companies now owned by private equity firms, many question how this will impact the industry in these tough economic times. In wake of recent events, this session will provide an update on how private equity investments and financing have changed the licensing model for the industry.