Collas Crill has collaborated with several major international law firms on the multi-jurisdictional legal reference book, The Gambling Law Review – 2nd Edition.
Published by The Law Reviews, group partner Wayne Atkinson provided a detailed chapter reviewing the law around gambling in Alderney.
Targeted at general counsel, The Gambling Law Review provides a comparative and business-focused legal analysis of gambling law in over 25 jurisdictions worldwide.
Each chapter is written by a leading expert in the field examining current issues of concern in each jurisdiction and review recent activity and developments in the market.
Other firms who have contributed include Bird & Bird, Squire Patton Boggs, Dentons and Cuatrecasas.
Wayne said: "It was a pleasure to contribute to the Gambling Law Review; Alderney is, of course, a worldwide leader in the regulation of e-gambling and so we felt it very important that the Gambling Law Review contained a detailed chapter setting out the Alderney approach."
The Law Reviews at Law Business Research Limited said: "The Law Reviews is an essential information tool for private practitioners, in-house counsel, government agencies and financial institutions.
"Our expert panel’s unique perspective on the global marketplace provides practical guidance for professionals engaged in cross-border work."
Susan O'Leary, CEO of Alderney eGambling, said: "With its recognised importance as a jurisdiction in the e-gambling sector, it's key that Alderney's legal and regulatory framework is recognised and understood. We're thankful that Collas Crill has represented Alderney in this publication, outlining our unique legislation and emphasising that Alderney is a market leading authority in the world of e-gambling."
The book can be purchased here.