On January 31, 2014, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission published final regulations governing the licensing and registration of employees, vendors, junket enterprises and representatives and labor organizations in the Massachusetts Register issued by the Secretary of the Commonwealth. Vendors are divided into three categories:1. Gaming Vendor – PrimaryA person who conducts business with a gaming applicant or gaming licensee on a regular or continuing basis for provision of goods or services which directly relates to gaming, including, but not limited to a person who:Manufactures, sells, leases, supplies, or distributes devices, machines, equipment (except gaming table layouts), accessories, or items that meet at least one of the following conditions:are designed for use in a gaming area or simulcast area;are used in connection with a game in the gaming area;have the capacity to affect the calculation, storage, collection, electronic security, or control of the gaming … [Read more...] about Massachusetts Gaming Commission Issues Final Regulations on Gaming Vendor Licensing and Registration
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Web Extra: Clips from Earthquake in ZiplandWhen Jasmin Watson talks about her divorce, she sounds tired and a little frustrated. Mostly, though, she’s concerned about how her children—ages 9, 11 and 12—are holding up. They’re doing better, she says, thanks in part to a package that arrived in the mail from her attorney.Inside was a video game called Earthquake in Zipland, a research-based video game designed to help school-age children cope with divorce. Family lawyer Lee Rosen, whose firm is handling Watson’s divorce, discovered the game’s Web site last fall while surfing the Internet for resources to help clients of his Raleigh, N.C.-based firm. After playing the game with his own kids, he ordered three dozen or so to give out to clients.“We used to hand out books, but if you hand a kid a book, they know what you’re up to,” says Rosen, whose three offices handle about 700 divorces a year. “With a video game, it’s … [Read more...] about It’s Game On For Family Lawyers
The sophistication of Canada’s patent system lags behind many other jurisdictions. But with upcoming amendments to the Patent Act, is that about to change? calls Canada an international IP outlier. The Chamber may have a point. After all, Canada is the only G7 country on the United States Trade Representative’s intellectual property watch list, which this country has graced since 1985 in company with countries like Russia, China and India. Citing the watch list, pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Company, having seen Canadian courts invalidate patents for its ADHD drug Atomoxetine (Strattera) and the anti-psychotic Olanzapine (Zyprexa), has filed a $500-million NAFTA claim alleging that Canadian patent law does not conform with NAFTA and other international treaties because it is unpredictable and weaker than international norms. “Our patent system is getting a bad rap internationally because it has become extremely liberal in moving from pro-patentee … [Read more...] about Will upcoming amendments to the Patent Act help repair Canada’s reputation?