Jeff Ifrah

Feds Open The Gates and Seize the Domain Names

Does the federal government have the right to seize a domain name without notice? With growing frequency, the feds have seized the domain names of thousands of websites for alleged criminal wrongdoing. The latest example is the…more
| Business Organizations, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Judge Flunks Case Against LabMD, FTC Appeals

In March 2015, I wrote about the ongoing dispute between the FTC and LabMD, an Atlanta-based cancer screening laboratory, and looked at whether the FTC has the authority to take enforcement action over data-security practices…more
| Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Privacy

New Jersey Issues Bulletin Clarifying Licensure Standards for Internet Gaming

Today, the New Jersey DGE issued a “Director’s Advisory Bulletin” clarifying how it would apply its suitability rules to gaming license applicants who conduct internet gaming in other jurisdictions. If you offer a game that is…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law

Good News: The Feds Can’t Freeze Your Assets to Stop You from Hiring a Lawyer

There are limits to what the government can take from you. The Supreme Court recently ruled that the Constitution forbids the government from freezing a defendant’s “untainted” assets in advance of prosecution. The ruling is a…more
| Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

Wells Fargo Learns That Recording Calls In California Can Be Costly

In the past few years, many organizations such as Capital One, Bass Pro Outdoor, and the Cosmopolitan Hotel have faced class actions alleging violations of California’s call recording law. This week, California’s Attorney…more
| Civil Procedure, Communications & Media Law

Arbitration Under Fire: Brace Your Company for Less Contract Freedom and More Class Actions

Since the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) of 1925, the United States has had a policy preference for arbitration, even when an arbitration provision includes language barring class action litigation. We saw this most recently in…more
| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Antitrust & Trade Regulation, Civil Procedure

Online Poker: A New Way to Bank?

In light of Tax Day (note that it’s on the 18th of April this year due to a holiday on the 15th) we want to point out a curious ramification from a federal case concerning online gambling, tax reports, and foreign…more
| Civil Procedure, Finance & Banking, Taxation

New York DFS: Sites Agree To Armistice, Not A Settlement

The New York Attorney General, FanDuel, and Draft Kings announced yesterday that a settlement had been reached in the litigation over the future of daily fantasy sports (“DFS”) in New York. Effective immediately, FanDuel and…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Civil Remedies

To Refer, Or Not To Refer? OIG’s Outdated Health Care Referral Restrictions

The Office of the Inspector General, which enforces Health and Human Services, has long been averse to referral services that don’t meet certain criteria. To get protection against a possible enforcement action, the referral…more
| Health

Good Lord, & Taylor! Of Course You Need to Disclose Native Ads

On March 15, 2016, national retailer Lord & Taylor agreed to settle FTC charges that it “deceived consumers by paying for native advertisements.” The settlement is the first of its kind following the December 2015 guidance…more
| Business Organizations, Civil Procedure, Communications & Media Law, Consumer Protection

Latest German Sausage? Privacy-Wurst by Facebook

Despite not being explicitly mentioned in the Constitution, the Supreme Court has firmly held that a right to privacy for all Americans is found in several amendments to the Constitution, with almost 100 years of case law…more
| Antitrust & Trade Regulation, Communications & Media Law, Constitutional Law, Privacy, International Law & Trade

CFPB No-Action Letters Are No Help

In the age of handheld banking apps, private funds transfer systems, and digital currencies, ensuring that new products are fair to consumers and compliant with existing – and sometime archaic – regulations are difficult tasks…more
| Administrative Law, Commercial Law & Contracts, Consumer Protection, Finance & Banking

Police Make iPhone Public Enemy No. 1

FBI Director James Comey took a rare break from the posturing typical of investigators and prosecutors in the current showdown between Apple and the FBI. While prosecutors argue that Apple’s privacy concerns are a smokescreen to…more
| Criminal Law, Privacy

Guitar Hero for Cash! New Jersey Issues Temporary Regulations for Skill-Based Gaming

Just last month at the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (“NCLGS”) winter meeting in Orlando, I discussed the strong interest in skill-based games by casino owners, regulators, legislators, and the public. In an…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law

FBI Recruits Apple to Help Unlock Your iPhone

It is a well-known maxim that “bad facts make bad law.” And as anybody even casually browsing social media this week likely has seen, the incredibly tragic facts surrounding the San Bernadino attacks last December have led to a…more
| Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Privacy, Science, Computers, & Technology
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1717 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Suite 650
Washington, DC 20006, United States

Contact: Jeff Ifrah

  • (202) 524-4140
  • (202) 524-4141

Areas of Practice
  • Antitrust & Trade Regulation
  • Commercial Law & Contracts
  • Communications & Media Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Government
  • Health
  • Litigation
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Other U.S. Locations
  • Virginia
Number of Attorneys

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