A Practice Guide

Regulation of Gaming in Michigan: A Practice Guide

November 2005
A multitude of Michigan statutes and regulations apply to the various forms of gaming in Michigan. Regulation of Gaming in Michigan, A Practice Guide, is the most up-to-date resource for the regulation of all forms of gaming in Michigan. This handy one-stop Practice Guide will provide users with immediate access to the breadth and scope of Michigan's gaming regulatory environment. The Practice Guide contains in-depth discussions of: - The licensing and regulation of Detroit's three commercial casinos and their employees - The licensing and regulation of gaming-related and non-gaming suppliers doing business with Detroit's three commercial casinos - The inner workings of the Michigan Gaming Control and Revenue Act and related Rules and key Michigan Gaming Control Board Resolutions - Michigan's Native American casinos and their relationship with the State of Michigan and suppliers - The regulation and licensing of charitable gaming - Horse racing, licensing and regulation - The licensing and regulation of vendors by the Michigan Bureau of Lottery - Criminal and civil statutory restrictions specific to gaming and gaming supplier activity in Michigan - Important state and federal court decisions affecting the different types of gaming operations conducted within the State of Michigan. Relevant statutes and regulations are identified and discussed in detail. The text of the Michigan Gaming Control and Revenue Act, related Michigan statutes (including the Michigan Administrative Procedure Act) and the Michigan Gaming Control Board Rules, along with key Board Resolutions, are included in the Practice Guide.
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