Casino Credit and Collection is the fifth in a series of books on casino management published by the Institute for the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming, College of Business Administration, University of Nevada, Reno. This book presents policy and practice issues concerning the granting and collection of credit by regulated casinos. The book first covers the debates on the propriety of allowing casinos to grant credit. After a jurisdiction decides to permit granting of credit, the industry needs procedures and controls to assure that the credit process is not abused. The book covers typical credit procedures, internal accounting controls, and the pre-litigation collection process. The remainder of the book covers the collection of gaming debts by legal means. Besides a full explanation of the litigation process, the book tackles the difficult and often confusing attempts to enforce gambling debts across state and national borders.
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Joseph Kelly, Ph.D., J.D. is professor of Business law at SUNY College Buffalo. He is licensed to practice law in Nevada, Illinois and Wisconsin. His Law Review article "Internet Gambling Law" 26 William Mitchell Law Review pp 117-177 (2000), was cited three times in the Final Report of the National Gambling Impact Study Commission, and the two chapters on On-line Gambling in the Gambling Review Report (presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, July 2001. His publications in gaming and other topics have been cited as authority by federal district and appellate courts as well as state appellate and supreme courts. He, along with Frank Catania, has recently drafted Internet Gaming Regulations for the Free Trade Zone (FTZ) of Antigua. From 1985 until 1998, he was chair or co-chair of the International Bar Association Section on Gaming and Sports Law.
Anthony N. Cabot is a partner (1987-present) with the law firm of Lionel Sawyer & Collins, Las Vegas, Nevada. Since 1995, he has been the Chairperson of its Gaming Practice Group. Mr. Cabot is one of two co-editors-in-chief of the quarterly "Gaming Law Review", the only journal devoted to the latest developments in legislative, regulatory and judicial decisions affecting gaming at both state and federal levels in the United States and more than 75 countries. He also is on the editorial board for International Gambling Studies, Gaming Research & Review Journal and Cyberlawyer.
Anthony is the founding editor of The Internet Gambling Report V1 (2003). He has co-authored Casino Credit And Collections (Institute For the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming, University of Nevada, Reno, 2003), Practical Casino Math (Institute For the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming, University of Nevada, Reno, Las Vegas 2002), International Casino Law (Institute For the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming, University of Nevada, Reno, 1991, 3d ed January 1999).and Federal Gambling Law (Trace 1999). He authored Casino Gaming: Public Policy, Economics And Regulation (International Gaming Institute, University of Nevada, Las Vegas 1996), a 527-page book covering all aspects of casino gaming.
Mr. Cabot is Adjunct Faculty at the Boyd College of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management, University of Houston (hotel law – graduate level). He serves as the vice president of the International Masters of Gaming Law and a member of the Board of Directors of the Gaming Law Section, State Bar of Nevada. He is past president of the Nevada Gaming Attorneys Association and past general counsel to the International Association of Gaming Attorneys.
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Descripción Institute for the Study of Gambling & Commerical Gaming, 2003. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 094282850X