Addisons Lawyers


    Address: Level 12 60 Carrington Street SYDNEY New South Wales 2000

    Addisons Lawyers is a Sydney-based law firm covering the following areas:Competition / AntitrustCorporate mergers and acquisitionsEmploymentGamblingInsolvency / ReconstructionIntellectual Property & MediaLitigation & Dispute ResolutionMarketing & AdvertisingProperty, Construction and Enviroment


    Jamie Nettleton

    Jamie Nettleton practises extensively in the gambling area, and advises on all legal issues relating to the gambling industry in Australia and internationally. He is the secretary of the International Masters of Gaming Law and has presented extensively on gambling law topics in Australia and internationally. He is the ex-chair of the Sports and Gaming committee of the International Bar Association. Jamie is recognised as one of Australia’s leading experts in relation to the regulation of gambling, and particularly interactive gambling and sports betting

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