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Supreme Court Overrules Precedent Regarding Appeals From Consolidated Cases

February 1, 2019, The Writ, “Appellate Briefs” For nearly thirty years, the rule in Nevada has been that cases consolidated by a district court become a single case for all appellate purposes. …

DOJ’s Wire Act Reversal Disregards Existence of Effective State Regulation

January 27, 2019, The Nevada Independent 2018 was a big year for gaming – the Supreme Court delivered a huge win for state sovereignty, gaming operators, consumers and the sports leagues….

US Justice Department Restricts Online Gambling, Blockchain Projects

January 17, 2019, blockchainreporter.net, by Edmund NG Back in 2011 the U.S. Wire Act only barred sports betting under the law that’s been passed 50 years earlier. Now, it bars all internet gambling…

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…

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