is a partner at Harris Hagan and specialises in all aspects of online and land-based gambling law. She advises major B2C and B2B operators, start-up operators, investors and financial institutions. Bahar advises clients on licence applications, investor due diligence, change of corporate control applications, compliance issues, Gambling Commission requirements and investigations, regulatory settlements, regulatory reviews of operating and personal licences, and due diligence on the licensing aspects of corporate transactions. She is a member and general counsel of the International Association of Gaming Advisors and a member of Global Gaming Women.
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