25 November 2014Time: 9:30am - 5:45pm
Venue: University of London Institute in Paris (ULIP), 9-11 rue de Constantine, 75340 Paris
Regulating Online Gambling in the EU- Recommendation 2014/478/EU on Player Protection – Where Do We Go From Here?
Organised by Dr Alan Littler, Kalff Katz & Franssen, and Professor Julia Hӧrnle, Queen Mary University of London.
Hosted by the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London.
09.30-10.15 Keynote Speech: Dr Charmaine Hogan, European Commission, "EU Commission Recommendation 2014/478/EU - Where it came from and where it will go"
10.15-10.45 Dr Alan Littler, Kalff, Katz & Franssen, Attorneys at Law, "The Recommendation Set against the Background of the Jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the EU"
10.45-11.15 Coffee & Tea Break
11.15-11.45 Professor Julia Hӧrnle, Queen Mary University of London, "A Critical Review of the Recommendation as a Tool to Enhance Player and Consumer Protection Online - Advertising Standards and Self-Exclusion"
11.45-12.15 Margaret Carran, City University London, "A Critical Review of the Recommendation as a Tool to Enhance Player and Consumer Protection Online - Protection of Children and Age Verification"
13.30-15.15 Panel 1: Regulatory Perspectives from the Member States
- Chair: Professor Amandine Garde, Liverpool University
- Dr Corinne Gatt, Lotteries and Gaming Authority Malta
- Charles Coppolani, President ARJEL
- Dr David Miers, Professor Emeritus, University of Cardiff
- Professor Tilman Becker, Universität Hohenheim
- Tatjana Klaeser, Attorney at Law, Belgium
15.15-15.45 Coffee & Tea Break
15.45-17.40 Panel 2: Stakeholders’ Perspectives
- Chair: Dr Robin Callender Smith
- Florian Sauer, Compliance Officer bwin.party
- Tim Waller, VP Group Legal, Skrill
- Malcolm Bruce, Senior Consultant to G4
- Dirk Hansen, CEO, Gamcare
- Annabelle Richard, Pinsent Masons, Paris
17.40-17.45 Closing Remarks
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