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Category: Legal Developments

Sports Betting Ban Is ‘Manifestly Unconstitutional’ New Jersey Says In New Supreme Court Brief

New Jersey filed its initial brief in its US Supreme Court case to legalize sports betting, calling the federal ban "manifestly…

How Should SCOTUS Rule On NJ Sports Betting? Lawyers Have Wide Range Of Opinions

Lawyers have a wide range of opinions on how the US Supreme Court should rule in the New Jersey sports…

Brief In NJ Sports Betting Case: Leagues Have ‘Weaponized PASPA’ To Stop Wagering

The first amicus brief has arrived in the closely watched New Jersey sports betting case that's in front of the…

MLB Commish On NJ Sports Betting: Wants ‘To Shape What The New Regulatory Scheme Looks Like’

Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said his league has an eye on the New Jersey sports betting case, and…

Chief Justice Roberts Once Filed A Brief For The Casino Lobby, In Interesting Twist For NJ Sports Betting Case

Chief Justice John Roberts will cast a vote in the New Jersey sports betting case, but he once filed a brief…

NJ Sports Betting Case Offers Up Potential Doomsday Scenario For Nevada Sports Betting

The law of unintended consequences could apply to the New Jersey sports betting case, with a potential impact on Nevada…

FanDuel In FTC Merger Filing: ‘DraftKings Is The Country’s Largest DFS Provider’

FanDuel said that DraftKings is the largest daily fantasy sports operator in the country in filings in its case against…

NBA, NFL And Others Have A Real Sports Betting Problem Now That NJ Case Heads To Supreme Court

The professional sports leagues in the United States are now between a rock and a hard place thanks to the…

US Supreme Court Says ‘Yes’ To New Jersey Sports Betting Appeal

The US Supreme Court granted New Jersey's petition in its ongoing effort to legalize sports wagering within its borders on…

US Supreme Court Punts On New Jersey Sports Betting Case, For Now

The New Jersey sports betting case is stuck in limbo. The US Supreme Court bucked expectations by not revealing whether…