Kalff Katz & Franssen is the only law firm in the Netherlands with a multidisciplinary practice group that concentrates specifically on the national and international gaming, gambling and related sectors. Through our expertise and focus on the market, the Gaming Practice Group has built up a unique position. By taking an integrated approach, we can advise many different clients on a wide range of matters.

Our core activities include specialised advisory work, complex regulatory issues, public affairs, licensing processes, administrative procedures, specialised M&A and contract work. Using a proactive approach, we ensure our clients are comprehensively informed about all relevant and political market developments that could impact the business activities of their clientele.

The technology-driven and innovative sector is always evolving. We are at the forefront of developments and constantly adapts to the changing situation in order to continue to meet sector demand. In its niche market the practice group aims to provide full-service. We can advise on matters concerning the Dutch market and can provide multi-jurisdictional advice in cooperation with its extensive international network.

The practice group extended its team in 2017 welcoming two Counsels, Ayolt Zoer and Irene Verheijen. Over the past decade, they have advised many clients from the gaming sector on matters relating to mergers and acquisitions, corporate law and administrative law. The practice group also works with external partners such as tax advisers, who have the relevant sector expertise.

Kalff Katz & Franssen is affiliated with several reputable international networks. Various team members are part of the exclusive networks of the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) and the International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA). Kalff Katz & Franssen is one of the founders of the authoritative European Portal on Gaming and Gambling Laws gaminglaw.eu.

The practice group often provide speakers and moderators for the most important conferences and events in the sector throughout the world. What’s more, the team members regularly author articles in professional sectorial publications.

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