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Annual Report of the Minnesota Gambling Control Board (2002 - ) Note: The Legislative Reference Library may have additional reports on or by this group available through our catalog. Entry in the 2020 Annual compilation and statistical report of multi-member agencies report. Gambling Control Board Members The five members of the Gambling Control Board are appointed by the Governor of Maine to serve three years terms. At least 4 members of the board must have training or experience in at least one of the following fields: corporate finance, economics, law, accounting, law enforcement, computer science or the. “Responsible gambling is a top priority for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. The Board’s Office of Compulsive and Problem Gambling works diligently to provide assistance to individuals who are unable to keep their gambling at a responsible level. Prevention tools and low-to-no-cost treatment options are available and effective.”. The Montana Gambling Control Division works jointly with the Department of Revenue Liquor Control Division, and has made available gambling and liquor forms. These forms are available to download, fill in, save, and print to be submitted to the Division. For additional licensing and permits information, please go to the “Resources” section.
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The five members of the Gambling Control Board are appointed by the Governor of Maine to serve three years terms. At least 4 members of the board must have training or experience in at least one of the following fields: corporate finance, economics, law, accounting, law enforcement, computer science or the gambling industry. One member must have experience in the Harness racing industry. Appointees to the Board must also be reviewed and confirmed by the Veterans and Legal Affairs Joint Standing Committee of the Legislature having jurisdiction over gambling matters. The chair of the board is appointed by the Governor.
Chair Steven J. Silver, Esq.:
Chair Steven Silver is an attorney in the Portland office of Ogletree Deakins. He focuses his practice on ERISA litigation, sports law, and representing employers in federal and state court litigation involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination claims. He also represents employers in administrative hearings and counsels employers on a broad spectrum of day-to-day employment matters, including employee discipline, terminations, leaves of absence, and wage and hour issues. In addition, he assists employers in drafting policies, employee handbooks, and employment-related agreements to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal law.
In 2018, He taught the first ever class in Maine solely devoted to gaming law as an adjunct professor at the University of Maine School of Law.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, he was a sports reporter for the Tennessean and Las Vegas Sun. He also served as the radio broadcaster for the ECHL’s Las Vegas Wranglers. He continues to write about sports and gaming law issues. His work has appeared in many national outlets including the Vice Sports, Huffington Post, Above the Law, and Legal Sports Report.
Before joining the Gambling Control Board, he sat on the Maine State Board of Property Tax Review from 2018 to 2020. He has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star each year since 2017 and was included in the inaugural 2021 Best Lawyers Ones to Watch list for his employee benefits and litigation work.
Charmaine Brown, DVM:
Charmaine “Charlie” Brown, DVM, owner of Annabessacook Veterinary Clinic, is originally from Nebraska. Dr. Brown graduated from Iowa State School of Veterinary Medicine in 1986. She joined Annabessacook shortly thereafter, becoming a partner and developing the practice into what it is today. She is an accomplished equine and small animal surgeon who is also focused on the latest in modern equine medicine. She also owns KDM Farms, an equine reproduction facility. Aside from Maine, she is licensed to practice veterinary medicine in Florida and Nebraska. When she is away from the clinic, she enjoys riding her horses or scuba diving in the warm waters of the sunny tropics.
Robert Harmon, CPA:
Robert Harmon is a retired bank president & ceo of a Maine based community bank. He graduated from SMCC and the University of Massachusetts- Amherst. Mega fortune sdn bhd. He has been active in many non-profit, town and local boards. He currently serves on the Board of Dirigo Health.
Greg McNeal retired from the United States Marine Corps in the summer of 1996. He and his wife, Stephanie moved back to Maine, in that same year, and settled in the town of Fairfield Center. In December 2016, He retired as the Chief Technology Officer for the State of Maine.He has an extensive background in computer science and has served in numerous leadership positions both as a Marine Corp Officer and as a State of Maine employee for the past fifteen years. He is active in his town of Fairfield, serving as the Vice Chair on the town's planning board and as a past member of the town's budget review committee. He is also a member of the ConnectMe Authority and the current Chair of the InforMe Board. He is a graduate of Thomas College in Waterville, Maine with a degree in computer science.