Law for Gamblers, casebound

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Until recently, the casino industry, in its insatiable thirst for profits, has all but ignored the players' rights and interests; The Law for Gamblers puts the rights—and obligations—of players into historical, political, legal, and cultural perspective.

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The top attorney representing skilled gamblers and advantage players explains players’ rights (and obligations) according not to the casinos, but to the law.

“If the chips fall against them, serious gamblers call Bob Nersesian.”?–Michael Kaplan, New York Post (Feb. 27, 2016)

As?the gaming industry matures, courts and legislatures across the country are working to establish a legal framework that more equitably safeguards the interests and rights of the gamblers.

In The Law for Gamblers, Las Vegas attorney Bob Nersesian, the acknowledged expert and leading practitioner in the field, examines this evolving framework and puts forth an informed assessment of the state of this complex area of law.

  • Are you a player who’s?been involved in a dispute with a casino?
  • Is what you’re doing legal — or not?
  • What can the player do to protect themselves and safeguard their rights in the casino environment?
  • What are the rules in cyberspace?

These areas, and many more, are addressed in depth in The Law for Gamblers, an essential tool for legal professionals, academics, students, casinos, and players alike.

Click to read The Law for Gamblers Table of Contents and read an excerpt.

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About The Author(s)

ROBERT NERSESIAN?is on the speed dials of many professional gamblers. He has argued cases all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court and was voted into the Blackjack Hall of Fame his first time on the ballot.

Additional information

Writer

Robert Nersesian

Format

Hard Cover

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39.95

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