Professor Charles Nesson and Andrew Woods Explore the Future of Online Gaming

18 March 2008

CAMBRIDGE, MA–(Marketwire – March 18, 2008) – Harvard Law School Professor Charles Nesson and Global Poker Strategic Thinking Society (GPSTS) Executive Director Andrew Woods will speak on a panel with the nation’s leading experts on gaming law, gathered to analyze and debate the current U.S. legal regime surrounding online gaming at the “Legal Issues in Online Gambling” symposium, at the University of Richmond on Wednesday, March 19, 2008.

Professor Nesson and Mr. Woods will join Professors John Kindt of University of Illinois School of Business, Nelson I. Rose of Whittier Law School, and Frank Vandall of Emory Law School in an in-depth exploration of the current U.S. legal regime, the trade ramifications of the UIGEA and other U.S. gaming laws, and the future of online gaming in the U.S. market.

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