Legal issues of interaction between the center of tracking the interactive bet transactions in Alexander Tarasenko’s report at the Russian Gaming Week
The associate in the St. Petersburg office of Baker & McKenzie will tell the Russian Gaming Week audience about the interaction between the center of tracking the interactive bet transactions and bookmakers.
Within his presentation, the expert will reveal the topic of gambling participants’ identification by bookmakers and the center of tracking the interactive bet transactions, and will focus on the personal data statutory compliance issue.
Alexander Tarasenko started his career at Baker & McKenzie in February 2011 as an intern and was shortly promoted to a trainee position and then became an associate. Currently, he focuses his practice on e-commerce and information technologies, privacy and data protection, as well as on various corporate, banking and finance matters and M&A.
Baker & McKenzie was the first international law firm to open an office in Russia. Its Moscow office started operating in 1989. Now, Moscow and St. Petersburg offices employ 150 lawyers serving an impressive roster of large domestic and multinational clients. The company is the leader at the legal services market, focusing on the intellectual property, dispute resolution, tax and labor law, as well as real property and building activity.
Russian Gaming Week exhibition-forum is the largest CIS event dedicated to gambling industry. Annually, thousands of participants attend this event in order to develop business relations, find new clients, investors or startup ideas. Obtained knowledge and contacts will be a strong basis for developing your own business.