INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF GAMING ADVISORS
January 1, 2010
The International Association of Gaming Advisors has elected additional offers for 2010 including: Gavin Isaacs, chief operating officer of Bally Technologies, who will serve as vice president; Marc Rubinstein, senior vice president-Law and Administration, Tropicana Entertainment, Las Vegas, who will serve as secretary; Julian Harris, managing partner of the London-based law firm of Harris Hagan, who will serve as treasurer; and Thomas B. Shepherd III, a shareholder of Mississippi-based law firm Watkins Ludlam Winter & Stennis, who will serve as general counsel. Founded in 1980, IAGA is a non-profit professional corporation dedicated to the study and development of gaming law.
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