Kevin P. Mullally is the General Counsel and Senior Director of Government Affairs and Development for Gaming Laboratories International, LLC (GLI) with its Headquarters located in Lakewood, New Jersey. He serves as GLI’s primary liaison to elected officials at the state and federal level, regulatory agencies, key organizations devoted to developing gaming and casino policy as well as senior level executives of gaming equipment manufacturing companies. He also oversees the GLI’s North and South American Development Team that provides customer service to GLI’s regulatory clients and its supplier clients throughout the world. Mr. Mullally provides GLI with 30 years of diversified leadership in law, management, public policy, public relations, economic analysis, and organizational administration. Mr. Mullally began his career in the gaming industry as Deputy Director of the Missouri Gaming Commission for seven years and subsequently as the Executive Director MGC for six years. Mr. Mullally possesses leadership abilities that have been utilized by numerous professional and community organizations, including serving as the Vice-President of the North American Gaming Regulators Association (NAGRA), Chairman of the NAGRA Policy Committee, and a Member of the National Center for Responsible Gaming (NCRG) Board of Directors, and Chairman of the Regulator’s Internet Gambling Task Force. Prior to his service at MGC, Mr. Mullally was Chief of Staff for Senator Harry Wiggins for eight years. Since arriving at GLI, Mr. Mullally helped develop the regulatory model for independent oversight of pari-mutuel totalisator systems and has advised regulators throughout the world on key policy issues. Mr. Mullally has worked on various regulatory policy issues with public officials from Arkansas, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, South Dakota and
Texas as well as jurisdictions in Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, Mexico and South America. Mr. Mullally helped develop the regulatory structure for Missouri's gaming industry. He is one of the principle authors of Senate Bills 10 & 11, creating the Missouri Gaming Commission in 1993. He conceived and drafted the United States’ first self-exclusion program for problem gamblers. The program is the largest of its kind, currently serving over 17,000 problem gamblers. It has been imitated in jurisdictions around the world and has been the subject of a study by Harvard University’s Institute on Addictions. Mr. Mullally is a frequent teacher, author, and speaker on administrative and business law topics, public policy development, regulatory issues, and problem gambling.