When: Wed, Oct 17, 2018 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Overview: In conjunction with NJBIA, Archer will host a gaming webinar. This webinar will explain the downstream impact of New Jersey gaming and gambling law. Do your employees have access to confidential information that could give them an unfair advantage if they used that knowledge to place sports bets? We will discuss the policies and procedures that employers need to review to encourage their employees to comply with the spirit of the law.
Topics discussed will include:
- Overview of the Law (background of federal case; NJ legislative response)
- Who does the law directly impact?
- Why are you here if the law doesn’t directly apply to you (Downstream Impacts)?
-Broader Policy Issues
Michael L. Collins is an Associate in the firm’s Government Affairs Practice Group. Mr. Collins principally represents public sector clients with respect to litigation, legislation, and compliance with state law. He previously served as Assistant Counsel to Governor Chris Christie, representing the administration before New Jersey’s independent state authorities, including the New Jersey Racing Commission and New Jersey Casino Control Commission.
Patrick J. Doran is a Partner in Archer’s Labor & Employment department and has represented management clients throughout the country in connection with traditional labor matters including union organizing campaigns, collective bargaining negotiations, unfair labor practice charges and grievance arbitrations. Patrick also has handled a wide variety of complex litigation matters for public and private sector clients, and has represented many clients in matters relating to the horse racing industry and other gaming matters.
Jessica L. Perl is Of Counsel at Archer and focuses her practice in the area of Health Care Law. Ms. Perl represents clients from all segments of the health care industry, including hospitals, nursing homes, long-term care facilities, ambulatory surgical centers, medical staffs, physicians, physician groups, and rehabilitation centers, among others, as well as individuals seeking advice and counsel.