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Whether in Vermont or elsewhere in the United States, betting with offshore operators is fraught with legal questions.
Back in February, patron-saint of sports betting law Ted Olson advanced a proposition: the First Circuit held the Wire Act only applies to sports betting.
A letter obtained Friday by Legal Sports Report outlines how New Jersey might fight the recent Wire Act opinion reversal by the Department of Justice.
Looking at Monday’s news on a new federal Wire Act memo from the Office of Leagal Counsel (OLC) requires a brief history lesson before reviewing a...
Rep. Bob Goodlatte played a role in the rise of the daily fantasy sports industry and will impact the future of US sports betting.
Daily fantasy sports operator DraftOps says paid-entry DFS is illegal in Minnesota as part of a lawsuit involving the NHL's Wild, a bizarre claim...
The U.S. senator who introduced the language that would eventually exempt fantasy sports from federal law says daily fantasy sports should be regulated.
A former federal prosecutor who now represents FanDuel says the daily fantasy sports operator is nothing like the online poker sites she helped bring down.
New evidence in the New York daily fantasy sports cases involving DraftKings and FanDuel brings up questions about the former's compliance with the federal law...
The trend of states borrowing from the UIGEA when considering permitting or regulating daily fantasy sports may set the process on track for trouble.