A Look Back: Internet Gaming and "Indian Lands"

Anthony Broadman's materials from the 10th Annual Northwest Gaming Law Summit held last week in Seattle are available.  With the scrapping this week of the Reid-Kyl Internet poker bill, the outlook for online gaming in general, and tribal online gaming specifically, is as cloudy as ever.  These materials examine the approach taken by the NIGC and courts in the early 2000's when Tribes first began exploring regulated online gaming.  The regulatory scheme now in place as a result of these cases will have to be addressed in any federal legislation regarding Internet gaming.