Frank Tolboom is attorney at law at Kalff Katz & Franssen, where he works as a managing associate in the Gaming Practice.
Frank concentrates on advising a diverse range of clients active in the (social) gaming and gambling industry and related sectors (fantasy sports, e-sports etc) primarily on licensing, regulatory and compliance matters, in addition to civil and administrative litigation.
Frank was awarded his Master’s in International and European Law degree cum laude in 2008 from Utrecht University, the Netherlands. His thesis dealt with the compatibility of Dutch gaming policy with EU law, focusing in particular upon the applicability of the transparency principle in the gaming sector. Being actively involved in the CJEU proceedings of Betfair vs. Minister of Justice allowed Frank to immediately put his thesis into practice. Frank is general member of the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) and AIJA and regularly speaks at major industry conferences and contributes to key trade journals.
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