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Category: Legal Developments

The NJ Sports Betting Case Gets Its Day In The Supreme Court: What We Learned

Did the odds of having legal sports betting in the US get better or worse on Monday, after the nation's top…

Everything You Need To Know About The NJ Sports Betting Supreme Court Case

The US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Christie vs. NCAA -- better known as the New Jersey sports…

Sports Betting Ban ‘Must Be Struck Down In Its Entirety,’ NJ Argues In Final Supreme Court Brief

The final briefs were filed in the New Jersey sports betting case before December's oral arguments in the US Supreme…

Trump’s Solicitor General Will Join Oral Arguments In NJ Sports Betting Supreme Court Case

The US Solicitor General's office of President Donald Trump will take part in oral arguments during next month's Supreme Court…

Texas Attorney General Paxton: Sports Betting Ban ‘Tramples On State Sovereignty’

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton called the federal sports betting ban unconstitutional, according to a group advocating for the law's repeal.

Trump Administration Lawyers File Supreme Court Brief In Support Of NFL In NJ Sports Betting Case

The Trump administration, via the Solicitor General's office, is supporting the NFL in its ongoing case to stop New Jersey…

NCAA, Pro Sports Leagues To US Supreme Court: Sports Betting Ban Is Constitutional

The NCAA and the pro sports leagues argued in their US Supreme Court brief today that the federal sports betting ban…

NJ Sports Betting Case Gets December Date In US Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the New Jersey sports betting case on Dec. 4.

DraftKings And FanDuel Win In Court: Judge Dismisses College Football Players’ Case

Daily fantasy sports sites FanDuel and DraftKings scored a court victory on Friday in a case about the use of…

NFL’s Dispute With Ezekiel Elliott Flags Issue In Supreme Court Sports Betting Case

One of the NFL’s legal arguments in its attempt to suspend Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott for six games…