Danielle Bush quoted on gaming regulation in industry publications

July 10, 2014 | Danielle Bush
Miller Thomson’s Danielle Bush, a partner in the Toronto office whose practice focuses on regulatory, technology and commercial law, is quoted in a Business in Vancouver article on sports match-fixing.

In the article, “Canada needs law to battle sports match-fixing, Canadian Gaming Summit attendees told,” Bush argues that provincial lottery corporations, as the only entities legally permitted to provide sports-betting in Canada, should be lobbying for anti-match fixing laws.

In a second article for trade publication GamblingCompliance, Bush comments on the Quebec government’s ongoing struggle to capture market share from prominent offshore online gaming sites after the province launched its own online casino two years ago.

In the article, “Quebec Shuffles Deck for Canadian Online Gambling,” Bush says: “There will always be discussion and debate surrounding the requirement in the Criminal Code that provincial governments must ‘conduct and manage’ all gaming activities in their jurisdiction.”