Category Archive: Czech Republic

Top 3 takeaways from DLA Piper gambling and tax event

Upcoming licensing regimes, strict sanctions and privacy compliance are among the regulatory changes discussed during the DLA Piper gambling and tax event. Read the rest of this entry »

DLA Piper Gambling and Tax Event before ICE Gaming Conference

Here is the opportunity of getting free gambling and tax law advice from DLA Piper lawyers of the hottest gaming jurisdictions of the moment.  Read the rest of this entry »

All-In@EiG

To coincide with the 12th European iGaming Congress and Expo, the DLA Piper Gaming Team has once again collaborated to provide you with updates and analysis of topical legal and regulatory issues across the globe.

This year’s publication includes articles from Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK and the U.S..

Please click here to read the e-magazine or click here to view the PDF

Czech Republic: New gambling legislation delayed

As we reported earlier in the year, the Czech Government (“Government”) had approved in 2012 a new gambling regulation which should have completely replaced the current Lottery Act. Read the rest of this entry »

Czech Republic: Ministry of Finance about to lose €100 million case against a national gambling provider

At a time when new gambling regulations are being drafted, the Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic (“Ministry”) lost its case against a Czech gambling provider – Casino Kartác Group. Read the rest of this entry »

Czech Republic: Is gambling law about to liberalize?

Last year, the Czech Government (“Government”) approved a new gambling regulation which should have completely replaced the current Lottery Act. Since the very beginning of the legislative process, the bill has caused displeasure amongst both the national and foreign gambling providers. Read the rest of this entry »