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Purdue adopted a new sports betting ban last week that applies to faculty, staff, and non-student athletes. The legality of that ban remains in question.
The indictment charges that Benjamin Bifalco and others attempted to bribe NCAA Division I men’s basketball players to fix a game.
Stop us if you've heard any of this before from NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. Last week Bloomberg posted an interview with Silver.
Fighting match-fixing is something that regulators, leagues, and sportsbooks should all be on the same page about.
Independently collecting and disseminating data without free-riding on league intellectual property rights creates long odds in an officiai league data suit.
Since the District Court of New Hampshire’s decision holding that the Wire Act only applies to sports betting, we waited for an appeal.
In this series, we will explore some of the important case law that is relevant to sports leagues’ argument that they should be compensated for...
While the country prepares for the start of its most popular sport, Congress apparently still wants to find a way to meddle in sports betting...
The fallout from Nevada's botched entity sports betting continued last week with a new federal complaint.
The prosecution alleged this was one of the largest illegal sports betting operations in the history of the United States, seeing an alleged handle upwards...