20.02.2020
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ZfWG: Kein Ersatz von Spielverlusten bei Online-Glücksspielen

Published by Claus Hambach LL.M. and Maximilian Kienzerle in ZfWG 1/20 p. 74 f. Summary Online-gambling-players can neither reclaim their losses from credit card banks nor from payment service providers. This was recently decided not only by numerous local and regional courts, but even by the Higher Regional Court of Munich. With the verdict of the Wuppertal Regional Court of…

01.06.2019
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LTO: Kein Zocken ohne Risiko

By Claus Hambach, LL.M., published at Legal Tribune Online Online-Spieler können ihre Verluste nicht einfach bei den Banken zurückfordern, denn Banken haften nicht grundsätzlich für illegales Online-Glücksspiel, das hat das OLG München klargestellt. Die Länder müssen endlich einheitliche… (…) This article is only available in German, the complete article can be found at www.lto.de

28.02.2017
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ZfWG: Ausnutzen von Softwarefehler straffrei? – der Gesetzgeber ist gefragt!

By Claus Hambach, LL.M. and Dr Bernd Berberich Summary: In view of a specific interpretation in the context of fraud, it is convincing to assume that players/consumers are not subject to criminal iability on account of computer fraud if they merely exploit software errors that have become publicly known. However, it does not seem reasonable to…

01.03.2014
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Commentary on Betting and Gaming Law in the Media

Ed. Streinz/Liesching/Hambach, Authors of Hambach & Hambach: Dr. Wulf Hambach, Claus Hambach, LL.M., Dr. Stefan Bolay, Yasmin Sirch, Maximilian Riege, Dr. Bernd Berberich, Alexander Pfütze, LL.M. 1st edition 2014, published by Verlag C. H. Beck, Munich The New Gaming Law Regime  has been in force since 2012. It has partially liberalised the gaming market and…