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New Jersey Enforces Its Fantasy Sports Law For The First Time

Many states have fantasy sports laws in place that are intended to create regulatory bodies within their borders for the purpose of overseeing and regulating fantasy sports operators. The big fantasy sports companies that come to mind are FanDuel and DraftKings, but many other corporate entities are doing business and thinking about launching gaming products […]

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New Jersey Requests En Banc Hearing Of Sports Betting Decision

As expected, this past week the state of New Jersey – along with the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association – formally filed its request for the Third Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear arguments in the recently decided sports betting case.  This Gaming Law issue comes on the heels of the state’s 2-1 defeat in […]

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An Update On New Jersey’s Fight To Legalize Sports Betting

Gamblers in New Jersey take note – November 8, 2011 may become a recognized holiday for you.  On that day, New Jersey voters passed a state constitutional amendment to allow sports betting at casinos and racetracks.  The measure was passed 64% to 36%.  A New Jersey Senate state government and wagering committee has already cleared […]

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New Jersey Making A Push For Legalized Sports Betting

In May 2010, my article, The Plight of PASPA: It’s Time to Pull the Plug on the Prohibition was published in the Gaming Law Review and Economics.  The article focuses on the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), which has completely denied forty-six states from adopting any type of state-sponsored sports betting scheme.  The Act, which […]