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The Blitz – Special Sports Betting Edition

The Blitz

🎲The Scoop on Sports Betting: Save the date: August 15th webinar on NJ sports betting scenarios w/ @AndrewBrandt @davidpurdum @SportsLawGuy & me https://t.co/8AAOPGRRjQ — Daniel Wallach (@WALLACHLEGAL) July 18, 2017 Nice article about “Sports Betting USA” conference in NYC (11/14-15) by @ClarionEvents. Partial list of speakers: https://t.co/Z71cmCcUK8 — Daniel Wallach (@WALLACHLEGAL) July 23, 2017 that …

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Amicus Briefs: Questions & Answers

Amicus Briefs

by Sheilla Dingus June 15, 2016 Amicus curiae, or “friend of the court” is a Latin term that has been highlighted recently in the press because of the submission of five amicus briefs in the Tom Brady / Deflategate case. While the term may be a new one for those outside the legal profession, the …

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