SOURCE: Pennsylvania Gaming Congress

Pennsylvania Gaming Congress

April 04, 2013 13:00 ET

2013 Pennsylvania Gaming Congress Approved for Continuing Legal Education Credits

PHILADELPHIA, PA--(Marketwired - Apr 4, 2013) - The 8th Pennsylvania Gaming Congress, which takes place April 15-16 in Philadelphia, has been approved for up to 4.0 Continuing Legal Education Credits ("CLE") in Pennsylvania, making it a must-attend event for gaming-law professionals.

"We are very pleased that the conference offers Pennsylvania CLE credit once again. This approval recognizes the Pennsylvania Gaming Congress both as an educational resource for gaming professionals and as a vital conference to those in the gaming industry," said Tami Bogutz Steinberg, shareholder and member of the Gaming Industry Group at Flaster/Greenberg PC, who is the presenting sponsor of the Congress.

Taking place at the magnificent Loews Philadelphia Hotel, the Pennsylvania Gaming Congress will provide attendees with valuable insight and education by those most knowledgeable about this high-growth industry -- as well as outstanding opportunities for networking, professional development and business-to-business discussions.

The two-day event begins on April 15th where Peter Spirgel, Managing Shareholder, Flaster/Greenberg, will welcome attendees at the opening cocktail reception on the 33rd floor of the hotel offering breathtaking views of the city below. Bill Ryan, Chairman of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, will kick off the conference program the following day with his Welcome Keynote Address. The Luncheon Keynote Address will be given by Dan Meuser, Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.

The conference also includes in-depth seminars dedicated to presenting multiple viewpoints, ideas and concerns, along with several networking opportunities. Session topics include:

  • All Busy on the Western Front
  • The View from Wall Street
  • Legislative and Regulatory Update
  • No. 2 in the USA ... Now What?

Additionally, the applicants for the remaining Class II gaming license will deliver individual presentations sharing their proposals for a new casino in Philadelphia.

The Pennsylvania Gaming Congress is solely owned and produced by Spectrum Gaming Group, the foremost independent research and regulatory consulting firm serving private- and public-sector clients worldwide, and is the premier forum for professionals following the state's rapidly expanding gaming industry. Along with presenting sponsor Flaster/Greenberg, other conference sponsors include Bally Technologies, Casino Enterprise Management, Casino Career Institute, DiTronics, EwingCole, Fantini Research, Heeter Direct, iGaming Business, Pechanga.net, Spectrum-i, Spectrum Gaming Capital and Top Flight Media. To learn more about sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities, visit www.pagamingcongress.com or email us at pgc@spectrumgaming.com.