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Amy Elder Appointed to International Association of Gaming Advisors Leadership Role

Amy Kebert Elder of Baker Donelson has been appointed to serve as chair of the International Association of Gaming Advisors' (IAGA) Americas Advisory Committee.

The Americas Advisory Committee oversees IAGA's initiatives and progress within the region to help grow IAGA's regional membership, assist in securing event sponsorships, support the region's interests and needs by identifying relevant topics for webinars, media and conferences, and to drive other initiatives and member participation. As committee chair, Ms. Elder will be responsible for coordinating IAGA's conference in association with the American Gaming Association at the Global Gaming Expo and also advise how the IAGA should represent American issues at the 2018 IAGA Annual Gaming Summit in China.

Ms. Elder, a shareholder in Baker Donelson's Jackson office, is currently serving her second consecutive term on the IAGA's Board of Trustees. She focuses her practice on gaming regulatory and business law in Mississippi and Louisiana, representing all types of domestic and international gaming-related clients and assisting them in a wide range of gaming matters including licensure, regulatory compliance, financing and project development. Ms. Elder is a graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Law and is a member of the Mississippi Bar, the American Bar Association and the Mississippi Women Lawyers Association.

The IAGA is an association of attorneys, financial experts, casino executives and regulators in the gaming industry. IAGA's purpose is to provide leadership in addressing issues affecting the industry. Formed in 1980, it has grown to more than 300 members worldwide.

Baker Donelson's Gaming Industry Service Team is a multidisciplinary group of experienced attorneys and advisors who are sensitive to the specialized needs and concerns of gaming clients. Team members routinely leverage the Firm's wide-ranging knowledge and multi-state presence to provide experienced representation in both gaming and non-gaming matters across multiple jurisdictions.

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