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The top industry companies have all confirmed their interest to join the Sports Betting & Casino Summit North America (Virtual Conference), which will open its virtual doors between 23-24 June

The virtual seats are limited, so hurry and register now to secure your seat(s)! REGISTER HERE

We are taking the time to introduce you to the experts that will be joining the panel discussions and today, we are introducing you to Chantal Cipriano (Gaming & Regulatory Lawyer at Dickinson Wright).

Chantal Cipriano is an Associate Lawyer in the Toronto office of Dickinson Wright providing strategic legal advice to clients in highly regulated industries. Her practice primarily focuses on advising clients involved in land based and online gambling of the requirements related to licensing, compliance and governance, and risk mitigation. She represents Internet gaming operators, gaming suppliers and manufacturers, software providers, payment processors, and affiliate marketers, to name a few. Her practice also focuses on provincial and federal cannabis licensing and compliance obligations, as well as a variety of corporate/commercial matters.

In addition to her practice, Chantal is a published author of the Canada chapter for LexisNexis’ Gaming Law and Practice Book and various articles in gaming publications. She is also an adjunct professor with the University of New Hampshire, teaching its Global Regulation of Sports Betting Course under their Sports Wagering and Integrity Certificate Program. She speaks at various conferences and has provided commentary to media outlets such as the Global and Mail and the National Post, on the potential legalization of single event sports betting in Canada.

Prior to joining Dickinson Wright, Chantal was the Compliance Manager for one of Canada’s leading financial institutions, supporting the high net worth client division by providing advice on regulatory and compliance matters.

Chantal can be reached at 416-646-6864 or [email protected]

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