Alan Littler, Ph.D. (2009) in Law, Tilburg University, is a post-doctoral researcher. His main interests focus upon the regulation of gambling in the EU, and he has published
Member States versus the European Union: The Regulation of Gambling (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2010).
Nele Hoekx, Ph.D. (2010) in Law, Leuven University, is a post-doctoral researcher with a doctoral thesis in the field of online gambling. Besides gambling law she mainly works in the field of contract law.
Cyrille Fijnaut is professor of international and comparative criminal law at Tilburg University, with a broad range of interests including organised crime and terrorism and European criminology. He recently edited
The future of police and judicial cooperation in the European Union (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2010)
Alain-Laurent Verbeke is Full Professor of Law at the Universities of Leuven and Tilburg and Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. He has written numerous publications in the field of contracts, property, estate planning and negotiation. He is also attorney at the Bar of Brussels (Greenille).
Excerpt of the table of contents:
Some Public Policy Effects in the Short and Medium Term in the Field of Gambling
Gambling Regulation in the European Union: Recent Developments
The Perspective of the Swedish Presidency on the Issue of Gambling
Practical Implications of the Santa Casa Judgment
Justin Franssen and Frank Tolboom;
Is There a Future for a Comprehensive EU Gambling Services Policy?
A View from the British Isles
The New Belgian Gambling Regulation in the European Context
Recent Developments in German Gambling Law
Changes Large and Small in Dutch Policy on Gambling
The New French Legislation on Online Gambling in its European Perspective
Fabienne Péraldi Leneuf;
French Contract Law and Protection of the Internet Gambler in the New French Legislation
Aurélie Jouette Melchior;
Gambling Regulation in Europe: Moving beyond Ambiguity and Hypocrisy
Alain Laurent Verbeke;
About the Authors; Appendix 1; Appendix 2; Appendix 3.
Practitioners, regulators and students of gambling regulation as well as all those interested in the development and functioning of the EU’s internal market, particularly regarding free movement issues.