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The Supreme Court doesn't hear many appeals. But here are a bunch of reasons why the New Jersey sports betting case may have better odds...
A case involving a small horse racing fantasy sports site could have an impact on much larger ones like DraftKings and FanDuel.
If the NFL and other pro sports leagues can't prove sports betting harms them, it offers a quick path to states wanting to legalize single-game...
The issue of “irreparable harm” could emerge as a battleground in future cases about US sports betting, especially given the NFL's recent words and actions.
The pro leagues argue that they suffer harm from legal sports betting, an argument that carries less weight with each passing day.
West Virginia's new sports betting legislation puts it in position to challenge the federal ban on sports betting.
For those following the New Jersey sports betting saga, West Virginia’s emergence as a potential challenger on federal sports betting law comes as no surprise.
The composition of the panel hearing New Jersey's sports betting case is an obstacle for the state in attempting to claim victory.
What are the legal issues at play in the Illinois fantasy sports court cases? And what arguments will DraftKings, FanDuel and the attorney general make?
How a judge interprets the phrase "future contingent event" could be the key in the New York attorney general's case against DraftKings and FanDuel.