Albany Law School's Government Law Center (GLC) will host its 14th Annual Saratoga Institute on Racing & Gaming Law on Tuesday, Aug. 12, and Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014, at The Gideon Putnam Hotel & Conference Center in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
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Each year, high-level representatives from the racing and gaming community, government officials, journalists, attorneys and academics gather to explore the legal and public policy implications of racing and gaming in New York state and across the country.
Topics will include:
Horses and Politics: New York City Carriage Horse Controversy
Labor and Immigration Law in the Racing Industries
Legal Complexities of Race Horse Ownership
Ethical Treatment of Horses vs. Horse Racing and Showing
NYRA Reorganization: Rounding the Far Turn
So You Lost at the Gaming Commission, Now What?
Racing and Gaming Legislative/Regulatory Update
Internet Gaming and Technological Advances
Commercial Casinos: Repercussions on the Indian Gaming Industry
The Process – Where Do We Stand
Casino Regulations: Lessons Learned from Other Jurisdictions
The Cascade Effect: Impact of Casinos on Other Wagering Industries
Advance registration is
required for attendance, and the cost to attend both days is $670.00 for
private sector; $555.00 for nonprofits, government and academics; and
$200.00 for horsemen and students. For more information, contact 518-445-2329.
Registration is required
The 14th Annual Saratoga Institute on Racing & Gaming is organized
by Albany Law School’s Saratoga Institute on Equine, Racing, and Gaming Law; Government Law Center; and Institute of Legal Studies.