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Harris Hagan, Bahar Alaeddini, London, ENGLAND

Bahar Alaeddini

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Harris Hagan

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Gambling and Leisure.




Bahar is a partner in the gambling law team. Bahar joined Harris Hagan in April 2012 and specialises in all aspects of online and land-based gambling law. She advises major B2C and B2B operators, start-up operators, investors and financial institutions and has advised extensively on: establishing operations in the UK and in offshore jurisdictions; making UK operating, personal and premises licence applications; licence reviews; issues relating to advertising in the UK; product classification; regulatory requirements from a gambling law perspective; change of corporate control applications; freedom of information requests; investor due diligence on the licensing aspects of corporate acquisitions; and the legality of advertising and operating in overseas jurisdictions.




International Association of Gaming Advisors.


King's College London.

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