"The data on the spread of pathological gambling that emerge today from the research of the Istituto Superiore di Sanità are important, but should be read together with other data". This is how Agimeg Stefano Sbordoni, an expert Gaming lawyer, commented on the sidelines of the presentation.
Italy's hung parliament could spell trouble for the country's thriving gambling market, as the least likely of all alliances now looks to form a government.
Once again, for the nth time, discussion turns to a judgment due from the European Court of Justice (Case C-375/14), which the Frosinone Court in central Italy addressed on 6 August 2014 with the following request for a preliminary ruling.
The draft Stability Law 2016 was proposed this month in Italy and was accompanied by long-awaited tenders including for 80 new online licences. Stefano Sbordoni, Founding Partner at Studio Legale Sbordoni, discusses the draft, as well as the implications of the Customs and Monopolies Agency’s recent ‘Measures on gaming matters’ document and its recommendations.
Legislator focuses on combating illegal operators
A new law is going to be enacted (Legge Delega) in the next six to eight months, which will redefine the perimeter of gambling regulation in Italy.