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Slow and steady wins the race. That’s been the saga of Minnesota-based Lakes Entertainment CFO Timothy J. Cope. His patient progress up the ladder of the casino industry and his long-term focus are qualities that make him IGML’s Executive of the Year for 2011. Born “a long time ago” in Hudson, Wis., Cope has taken a long route back to the Midwest. “I basically grew up in Las Vegas,” says the casino veteran, whose father relocated the Copes when Timothy was 10. His first summer job was as a dishwasher at the El Cortez. After earning a degree in business administration at the University of Nevada-Reno, Cope cut his teeth at a couple of Washoe County casinos.

It is once again time for the announcement of IMGL’s Gaming Regulators of the Year. The selection of process for each Gaming Regulator of the Year is extremely difficult as there are many hard-working, dedicated individuals who are worthy of this distinction. In a state like Iowa where both pari-mutuel racing and casino gaming exist, it can be extremely challenging for a regulator. But Jack Ketterer has pioneered the two industries in the Hawkeye State, leading to his receiving the award for the Americas. And over in Oklahoma, Brett Barnes of the Eastern Shawnee has been honored as the Indian country winner.

Canadian lottery corporations have been among the world leaders in developing and applying corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategies to land-based gaming. This article considers how the lottery corporations might usefully apply some of the lessons learned in land-based gaming to exercise effective CSR in newly expanded state-operated i-gaming. Read the Spring 2010 Casino Lawyer cover story by Michael D. Lipton and Kevin J. Weber to learn more.

The International Masters of Gaming Law is proud to announce the winner of this year's Regulator of the Year—Randall E. Sayre, Nevada State Gaming Control Board member since 2007 and former chief of the Investigations Division. Sayre has had an outstanding career record of contributing to the gaming industry as a regulator, and the award recognizes his noteworthy gaming regulatory achievements. Read the Fall 2009 Casino Lawyer cover story by Sharon Harris to learn more about this year's award winner.

Two recent events have garnered the attention of the global gaming industry: 1) the global credit crisis, and 2) the elections in the United States. The theme of this issue of Casino Lawyer is "International Gaming and the Current Economic Climate." This issue takes both recent developments to task with several articles that provide thoughtful analysis of the impact of the economic slowdown and the U.S. elections on the global gaming industry. Although the gaming industry faces immediate challenges, the future is still bright.