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Gaming Legel News: Volume 7, Number 12: Department Of Justice Files Suit Against Santa Ysabel Tribe’s "Desert Rose Bingo" Site

On December 3, United States Department of Justice attorneys filed a complaint in federal court seeking to prevent the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel, a federally recognized Indian tribe near San Diego, from continuing to...more

Unsure Bet: The Future of Daily Fantasy Exchange Wagering

I. INTRODUCTION - Fueled by technological change, fantasy sports have enjoyed incredible growth in the 21st Century. Since 1980, when writer Daniel Okrent explained his invention of “Rotisserie” major league baseball...more

Internet Gaming on Indian Lands

Originally published in Casino Enterprise Management magazine – March 2013. With no federal Internet gaming bill on the horizon, state legislatures are again focused on whether and to what extent Internet gaming will...more

Update: Third Party Payment Processor Sentenced to Jail Time for Processing Internet Poker Company Funds

On October 3, 2012, Judge Lewis A Kaplan of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York sentenced Chad Elie to five months in prison for his role in facilitating the processing of payments for three...more

THE UNLAWFUL INTERNET GAMBLING ENFORCEMENT ACT: A BAD GAMBLING ACT? YOU BETCHA!

Legalizing and regulating Internet gambling is the best stance the U.S. government could adopt to reduce any threat posed by Internet gambling. The UIGEA’s asserted benefits do not justify its cost on financial institutions...more

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