Lawyers Michael Lipton, Kevin Weber, and Chantal Cipriano Author Chambers Gaming, Gambling & Licensing 2018 - Canada

November 14, 2017
Dickinson Wright LLP, Canada’s leading cross border full-service business law firm, is pleased to announce that Lawyers Michael Lipton, Kevin Weber, and Chantal Cipriano have authored Gaming, Gambling & Licensing 2018 – Canada, published by Chambers and Partners.

The Gaming, Gambling & Licensing 2018 – Canada guide provides expert legal commentary on key issues for businesses. The guide covers the important developments in the most significant jurisdictions. The publication focuses on a range of topics from regulatory and enforcement to types of gaming and trends in the industry. To learn more about the Gaming, Gambling & Licensing 2018 – Canada, please click here.

Michael D. Lipton, Q.C. is a Senior Partner based in Toronto and heads the Canadian gaming law group. For over 25 years, he has served as senior counsel on several complex gaming law matters, including advising on Requests for Proposals from governments to operate commercial and charitable casinos and advising applicants who seek registration with the gaming regulatory authorities throughout North America. He regularly represents and counsels gaming equipment suppliers, institutional investors, governments, racetracks, casinos, First Nations and pari-mutuel operators in all aspects of gaming law from both a land-based and internet perspective.

Kevin Weber is a Partner in the Toronto office. He has extensive experience before gaming regulatory authorities throughout Canada, counseling clients in regard to amendments to gaming legislation enacted by the government of Ontario including drafting legislative amendments. He regularly advises clients on Canadian law relating to online sweepstakes, contests and other promotional activities.

Chantal Cipriano is an Associate in the Toronto office. Her practice primarily focuses on advising clients with regard to compliance, governance, regulatory and due diligence requirements integral to the gaming industry. She regularly advises applicants who seek registration with various gaming regulators and provides advice on other gaming-related issues to a wide variety of clients including internet gaming operators, gaming equipment suppliers and manufacturers, software manufacturers, payment processors, and advertisers.