Indian Gaming Law: Cases and Materials
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Indian gaming is the largest segment of the U.S. casino industry at over $32 billion, presenting a fast-growing and rewarding area of legal practice. For the last decade, Indian Gaming Law: Cases and Materials has provided the most clear, comprehensive, and accessible educational platform for students, instructors, and practitioners alike. New for 2019, the authors have revised and updated the casebook to address the most significant developments in Indian gaming, including:
- Land-into-trust and gaming on newly acquired lands after Carcieri;
- In-depth analysis of key tribal-state compact negotiation and provisions;
- Emphasis on the intersections of business law with the tribal gaming industry;
- Expansion of legalized gaming: online and mobile, sports wagering, skills-based, and social games; and
- Cutting-edge issues in tribal gaming: new games and technology, expanded markets, and innovative regulatory frameworks.
Law professor Kathryn Rand and political scientist Steven Light, the field’s leading experts, invite you to bring to your classroom their award-winning, unique interdisciplinary approach to tribal gaming law and policy.