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Legal Interpretations Will Determine What’s Next for Wire Act

January 15, 2019, Las Vegas Review-Journal, by Richard N. Velotta (Dennis Gutwald provides insight on the U.S. Justice Department’s recent reversal of its opinion on Internet gambling) Depending on who you…

U.S. Online Gambling Reversal Puts ‘Chill’ on Industry

January 15, 2019, Bloomberg, by Edvard Pettersson (Dennis Gutwald provides insight on the U.S. Justice Department’s recent reversal of its opinion on Internet gambling) The U.S. Justice Department’s decision to expand…

McDonald Carano Promotes Lucas Foletta and Lisa Wiltshire Alstead to Partner

January 8, 2019, Las Vegas, NV – McDonald Carano, Nevada’s law firm for businesses and high-net-worth individuals, is pleased to announce that Lucas M. Foletta and Lisa Wiltshire Alstead have…

As the Ball Drops, Minimum Wage Rises in 19 States

January 4, 2019, Law360, By Vin Gurrrieri As the calendar flipped to January, 19 states, as well as several cities, saw their minimum wage rates tick upward, a trend that experts say is…

Sports Legislation and Regulation to Watch in 2019

January 1, 2019, Law 360, by Zachary Zagger Even before the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2018 ruling opening the door for states to legalize sports betting, lawmakers in states across the country had started to…

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