2017 Education Seminar & Reception

IAMOA welcomes operator members’ owners, league coordinators and staff to attend an education event and reception.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017
3 – 4 p.m. EST Presentation and VGT Legislation Update
4 – 5 p.m. EST Reception
Wyndham Indianapolis West
2544 Executive Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46241

What You Don’t Know About Location Contracts and Why You Should Care
Speaker: Paul Jenson, Partner at Taft Law

Learn from one of the countries leading experts:

  • Why location contracts are a must and what happens when you don’t have them.
  • What new language you should be including in your contracts.
  • How your location contracts can affect your companies valuation.

Paul  is a leading expert in the areas of gaming, and corporate law. Paul is co-chair of Taft’s Gaming practice. He is one of the leading lawyers in Illinois’ video gaming industry, in which he represents dozens of manufacturers, distributors, terminal operators and suppliers. Paul also represents over 500 establishments that are licensed or seeking licensure to host video gaming terminals.

Paul’s corporate and securities practice involves a wide spectrum of businesses, from private ventures to   mature public companies. Paul assists these entities with acquisitions and dispositions, general corporate governance, compliance with the Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002, public and private offerings of debt and equity, registration of securities for trading on national securities exchanges and SEC and other regulatory investigations.

Paul is a frequent speaker on a variety of gaming-related topics. He also is a regular guest lecturer at Roosevelt University where he discusses various aspects of gaming law. Paul is also a regular guest lecturer for the AMOA-Notre Dame Management Program conducted at the University of Notre Dame, where he discusses a variety of business law issues. 

VGT Legislation Update
Speakers: John Willey, IAMOA Lobbyist, Kim Paugh, IAMOA Director of Grassroots Advocacy

Get an update on the strategy, investment and advocacy efforts underway to further the cause of passing VGT legislation in Indiana from the IAMOA lobbyist and staff. Find out what you can do to get involved.