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Author: Ryan Rodenberg

Ryan Rodenberg is an expert on sports law analytics that works as a professor at Florida State University. He is also a researcher and a writer.

Fantasy Sports And Free Speech: Can There Be Restrictions On Certain Types Of Sports Betting?

What role, if any, the First Amendment could play in scenarios where certain types of…

Fantasy Sports And Free Speech: How A ‘Strange Law’ Could Impact Sports Betting Legalization Moving Forward

A 2007 fantasy sports legal case that started in Missouri could play a big role…

Fantasy Sports And Free Speech: Court Hearing Looms In Case Involving DraftKings, FanDuel

A hearing is around the corner in a case where a group of college football…

How The NBA’s ‘50-State Solution’ For Sports Betting Could Impact Nevada

The NBA formally set forth its “50-state solution” for sports betting regulation last week. If…

How A 40-Year-Old Horse Racing Law Can Nudge Sports Betting Forward

Forty years ago, Congress passed a comprehensive bill for horse racing that could be a…

Sports Betting Myth Busters: PASPA Is Part Of A Federal Framework Of Gambling Laws

The lawyers arguing against the New Jersey sports betting case have insisted the federal sports…

How The DOJ Revision Of Marijuana Policy Could Impact The Supreme Court Sports Betting Case

The decision of the Attorney General Jeff Sessions to change federal policy on marijuana could…

Sports Betting Myth Busters: All Of New Jersey Could Have Been Exempt From PASPA’s Ban

Did the entire state of New Jersey miss its chance to legalize sports betting, or…

Sports Betting Myth Busters: Only Four States Are Exempt From The Federal Ban

The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act exempts more states than just Nevada, Oregon, Montana…