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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.

Another Hole In PASPA: One Type Of Sports Betting Is Legal In Washington State

You can add another state not named Nevada, Delaware, Oregon or Montana to the growing list…

Here Are The Top Ten Quotes From The Road To The Supreme Court Sports Betting Case

Here is a list of the most memorable quotes from lawyers, judges, and sports league…

Here’s The Path To A Unanimous Decision In The Supreme Court Sports Betting Case

The US Supreme Court sports betting decision, whenever it is released, could take many forms.…

Daily Fantasy Contests ‘Are Not Games of Chance,’ Researchers Conclude After Losing Every Contest They Enter

A soon-to-be-published academic study seeks to address the question that dominated gaming headlines in late…

Indiana Supreme Court Set To Hear Fantasy Sports Case, Consent Of Real-World Athletes At Issue

The long-running lawsuit brought by three former college athletes against FanDuel and DraftKings has now…

Leagues, Player Unions Could Find Common Ground On Sports Betting, Prior Court Filing Reveals

Sports leagues and unions don't always see eye to eye, but they may on sports…

Amid New Focus On Sports Betting, Unions Previously Took Stance On ‘Publicity Rights’ In Fantasy Lawsuit

Last week, the four most prominent US player unions flagged athlete “publicity rights” as a…

UK Levies Fine In Pie-Eating And Streaker Case, Sheds Light On ‘Novelty Bets’ Issue In US

The UK Gambling Commission took action after a sportsbook allowed bets on whether a soccer…

Tossing Out The Supreme Court Sports Betting Case: Does ‘Mootness’ Doctrine Apply?

Could the Supreme Court throw out the New Jersey sports betting case? It's not impossible.

No ‘Property Right In The Facts Of A Sporting Event,’ Journalism Giants Wrote In Court Filing

The Washington Post and the New York Times share a strongly-held belief favoring the widespread…