Michigan Gaming Control Board Executive Director Richard Kalm and Assistant Attorney General Donald McGehee are two of several Michigan based speakers scheduled to speak at the American Bar Association (“ABA”) and Internationational Masters of Gaming Law (“IMGL”) “Gaming Minefield” Conference being held in Las Vegas next week.

Mr. Kalm will speak on a panel entitled “The Role of Regulators in a Changing Commercial Gaming Market” and Mr. McGehee will be on a panel entitled “Preventing/Ceasing Unregulated and Illegal Gambling: Gaming Industry and Regulatory Agency Roles”.  In addition to these two speakers, the conference attendees will also hear from several Michigan based attorneys include Robert W. Stocker II of Robert W. Stocker PLLC, who is serving as the Chair of the event, Bryan Newland, Chair of the Bay Mills Indian Community, Peter Kulick of Dickinson Wright, and David Waddell of RMC.

More information about the conference is available on the IMGL website.