A Deeper Dive — State of the States in Gaming 2022
Alexander Denton and Stephanie Maxwell explore the state of gaming law in Tennessee and Georgia and how it fits into developments across the country, extending the discussion of a CLE program at the ABA Business Law Section’s 2022 Hybrid Spring Meeting (now available as on-demand CLE). “Tennessee is on the forefront of a national conversation that’s happening about the authorization of legal sports wagering,” Denton said. Their conversation touches on the unique features of Tennessee’s sports wagering regulations, skill gaming in Georgia, the speed of recent changes, and more.
Read more about the video’s speakers below:
Alexander Denton is counsel with Robbins Alloy Belinfante Littlefield in Atlanta, where he represents clients in Georgia’s regulated skill-gaming industry both in disputes with competitors and customers as well as before the state regulatory authority. He is a member of the ABA Business Law Section’s Gaming Law Committee.
Stephanie Maxwell is the General Counsel for the Tennessee Sports Wagering Advisory Council. Prior to joining the Sports Wagering Advisory Council, Stephanie served as General Counsel to the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury and litigated at two Nashville law firms – Bass, Berry & Sims and Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis. Stephanie is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and holds a Juris Doctor from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.
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