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Client Alert: Court Puts U.S. EPA, Lake Erie Impairment on the Clock

Judge James J. Carr of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio issued a decision today putting the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the clock to decide in the next 30 days whether or...more

Client Alert: Why it is 100x Riskier to Pay College Athletes than it is to Pay NFL Free Agents

Every March, as the NCAA Final Four tips off, there is no shortage of opinions that it is madness to prohibit universities from paying college athletes cash compensation for the athletic services they provide....more

Client Alert: Skill-Based Amusement Machine Regulation: OCCC Informational Seminars

On April 23, 2018, Ohio’s new skill-based amusement machines regulations will become effective. Under these new regulations, every location that offers its patrons merchandise prizes or gas cards in exchange for tickets or...more

Client Alert:  Reform the Federal Sports Betting Excise Tax "Dilemma"

Now that Congress has passed a budget resolution that sets the stage for fast-track tax reform, here is one tax that clearly should be included in any reform package...more

Client Alert: CAFOs: Protect Against Future Liability; Make Continuous Release Report on November 15

On November 15, the ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit that invalidated the U.S. EPA’s rule exempting hog, chicken, dairy cow and other concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) from reporting air...more

Client Alert: Federal Court Orders CAFOs to Report Air Emissions

On April 11, 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit struck down a U.S. EPA rule exempting concentrated animal feeding operations (“CAFOs”) from requirements under CERCLA that mandate reporting of releases of...more

Why Roger Goodell Might Be Glad The Super Bowl Is Not Competing With An eSports Event … Yet

Every year, no sporting event attracts more viewers than the Super Bowl. That will be the case again when the Patriots and Falcons square off in Super Bowl 51. But not everything on TV is the same as it has been in the...more

Supreme Court's Wetlands Decision Pays Off For Business

It did not take long for the Hawkes Company to see the benefits of the Supreme Court’s May 31, 2016 decision granting the company the right to challenge in federal court the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ (the Corps) approved...more

SB356: Senator Coley Proposes Daily Fantasy Sports Contest Legislation

On September 26, 2016, Senator Bill Coley (R-West Chester) introduced S.B. 356, which if enacted would amend Ohio gambling law to expressly define daily fantasy sports (“DFS”) and e-sports contests that charge a commission...more

Cuba: The Next Frontier for Agribusiness Products

Given the current global surplus in most commodities like wheat, corn and oil driving down prices and farm income, the emergence of new market that would demand U.S. agribusiness products would be timely and welcome indeed....more

White Paper - Why Daily Fantasy Sports Needs Regulation to Survive

As the first glimpses of the 2015 NFL and college football seasons began to appear on the horizon, something else also began to cloud TV screens: A massive front of daily fantasy sports (“DFS”) advertising spots urging...more

Insights Newsletter - Spring 2015

In This Issue: - The Importance of Accredited Investors for Small Business Capital Formation - “All Appropriate Inquiries”: Update on the Environmental Due Diligence Standard - A Hunt for Justice Erodes...more

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