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International Gaming Investigations

May 16, 2023 All day

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The privileged license is critical across multiple highly regulated industries including commercial gaming, tribal gaming, and recreational and medicinal cannabis. The licensing process is now one of the most important aspects of smartly regulated jurisdictions to ensure licensees maintain a culture of compliance.

Who should attend: Local, state, federal, tribal and international law enforcement and licensing background investigators, tribal and state gaming commissioners and regulatory/compliance personnel.

UNLV is now offering this intensive program giving you practical strategies and tactics on how to execute a comprehensive investigations. Join an internationally diverse group of instructors and cohorts selected to maximize their collective experience and to develop lifelong international networking relationships.

Day 1 – Licensing Public Policy and Opening Foundations

Culture of Compliance panel

History of gaming in the United States

Tribal gaming and sovereignty

Public policy and regulatory landscape – gaming

Policy issues – recreational and medicinal cannabis

Day 2 – Government Oversight and Investigative Assistance
Internal Revenue Service and other related investigative agency resources
Anti-money laundering programs
Partnering with state/federal prosecutors
Legal aspects of protecting the casino
United States Secret Service – Addressing cybersecurity/ransomware/general data protection regulations
FinCEN – Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
Mob Museum guided tour – history and development of the modern-day Las Vegas casino
Days 3 and 4 – Gaming Investigations
Understanding how to access and read public records
Understanding how to read financial documents and definitions
Understanding suitability risk by position
Game familiarization for post licensing investigations
Foreign applicants and special issues
Interviewing techniques
Report writing
Conclusion and Certificate Presentation
Educational Partners
Tyler served more than 20 years with the California Department of Justice, with many of those years dedicated to the Bureau of Gambling Control and working joint federal task forces. Tyler honorably retired as the special agent in charge of the Compliance and Enforcement Section for Southern California, which is comprised of the highest density of tribal casinos and the largest card rooms in the United States.

Before joining the Boyd School of Law in March 2018, Anthony Cabot practiced gaming law for 37 years and was a former chair of the gaming law practice and executive committee member at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP. While in private practice, Chambers Global as Leading Lawyers for Business, for Gaming Regulation selected Cabot as the highest tier (star) gaming attorney for ten consecutive years. Chambers USA, as Leading Lawyers for Business, for Gaming Regulation recognized only one of four recognized top-tier gaming lawyers from 2004-17. Best Lawyers in America recognized him for Gaming Law from 2004-17. Cabot previously served as an adjunct faculty at the Boyd School of Law, UNLV College of Hotel Administration, and the University of Houston. In 2018, he was awarded the UNLV Academic Achievement Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Part-Time Faculty.

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