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Online Gambling Lawyer
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Volume: 16 Issue: 9
(September 2017)

Keywords:
rite passage terms conditions social responsibility with current spate cases consultations calls evidence put out powers that uks

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A rite of passage: Terms and conditions and social responsibility

With the current spate of cases, consultations and calls for evidence being put out by the Powers That Be, the UK’s gambling industry can be forgiven for thinking that there is a witch hunt out to get it. There certainly is very considerable activity on social responsibility and terms and conditions. Susanna FitzGerald QC, a Barrister at One Essex Court, explains why she suspects that there may well be further high profile cases hitting the headlines following BGO and 888, and that this current activity against the online gambling industry likely will not cease any time soon, but will only intensify.

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