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Supreme Court Sports Betting Case Oral Argument Recap: Christie v NCAA

December 4, 2017 Brett Smiley WASHINGTON — Before a full house at the Supreme Court of the United States on Monday morning, the high court heard oral argument in Christie v NCAA — long-percolating clash over a 1992 federal law that effectively bans sports betting outside Nevada. The State of New Jersey (Christie) and the NCAA (along with the major professional sports leagues) each had …

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Jul 23

The Blitz – Special Sports Betting Edition

🎲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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Jun 28

The Blitz – Special Edition 6/28/17 – Sports Betting Goes to SCOTUS

What a wild ride!  After two separate defeats in district and appellate courts, an unfavorable en banc hearing, and a request for the views of the Solicitor General – which recommended the High Court deny review, the Supreme Court announced yesterday that they will indeed hear the New Jersey sports betting case! This special edition of …

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