MdME launches international practice with Lex Mundi network

Macau-based law firm MdME has announced the launching of its international gaming practice within the Lex Mundi network.

The Lex Mundi Gaming Solution combines the expertise of gaming lawyers across 27 jurisdictions around the world.

With the launch of the practice comes with the an interactive comparative gaming law guide, which is presented for the first time during G2E Asia.

“As world leader in the casino gaming sector, Macau has experienced an unprecedented growth in the past decade. The assistance provided by MdME to its clients in this area has allowed us to keep up with this development and gather not only international level experience but also an in-depth knowledge of the market. The launching of an international practice in the context of the Lex Mundi Network will allow us to pair this capacity to the recognized quality of the network’s member firms in benefit of our clients”, says Rui Pinto Proença, Partner at MdME and the firm’s head of gaming.

The Lex Mundi gaming solution reflects the collective insight, knowledge and experience of its premier member firms, in both mature and emergent gaming jurisdictions. By constantly sharing information with each other, Lex Mundi member firms and member firm lawyers are able to stay on top of industry, regulatory and jurisdictional issues that impact client’s strategy and tactical approach to their businesses.

Lex Mundi Global Gaming Law Guide is a multi-jurisdictional gaming law guide addresses the most common topics of interest and concern to gaming sector clients in a high-level FAQ format, with the same 16 questions answered for each jurisdiction. Each chapter of the guide is dedicated to one jurisdiction and authored by the relevant member firm. “Although there are other gaming guides on the market what differentiates the Lex Mundi Global Gaming Law Guide is not only the in-depth expertise of its contributors but also the fact that it will be freely accessible in an interactive online format with comparative tools.” states Rui Pinto Proença.