18th Annual National Institute on the Gaming Law Minefield

Peter Maheu, Global Intelligence Network’s President, is a panel member at the 18th annual National Institute on the Gaming Law Minefield on February 13th and 14th 2014. The program will discuss revolutionary legal, regulatory, and ethical issues confronting both commercial and Native American gaming.  Attendees will learn about global anti-corruption initiatives, internet gaming, and the […]

International Masters of Gaming Law

Peter Maheu and Noel Krieger will be attending the International Masters of Gaming Law Spring Conference May 23-25, 2007. Featuring a stellar lineup of speakers, panelists and presenters, the Spring Conference continues IMGL’s tradition of presenting timely, relevant and important information on legal and regulatory issues as they relate to the global gaming industry. Peter […]

Take ‘mystery’ out of customer service GIN’s service inspections aid quality control

Author: GT Staff Las Vegas is in the midst of a booming economy. Casinos are reporting record earnings and tourism is on the rise. Unemployment is down and businesses are looking for ways to make their operation stand apart from others. One area of a company’s operation that is often ignored is customer service. There is […]

Global Intelligence lends expertise on international crime

Author: David Stratton As the casino gaming industry in California has grown, so has the possibility of infiltration by organized crime. For that reason, one of Nevada’s leading investigation and security services companies, Global Intelligence Network (GIN), was recently asked to train a group of gaming agents from the California Department of Justice about the […]