By: David O. Klein and Neil E. Asnen December, 2015 Social media giant LinkedIn Corporation (‘LinkedIn’) recently agreed to settle class action allegations that it
FanDuel, DraftKings Play for Keeps in N.Y. Courtroom November 24, 2015 A one-hour Nov. 25 hearing in a New York courtroom may determine the future
Fantasy Sports: Navigating the Regulatory Groundswell November 25, 2015 By David O. Klein, Neil E. Asnen and Joshua R. Wueller Anyone who has turned on
Facing national scrutiny, DraftKings and FanDuel have hired up lobbyists — but according to key lawmakers, industry lawyers and lobbyists, don’t expect sweeping changes to
September 18, 2015 By David O. Klein, Jonathan E. Turco and Joshua R. Wueller Although fantasy sports competition – the act of building and competing
While Daily Fantasy Golf Keeps Growing At DraftKings And Beyond, Legal Questions Linger The legal landscape of daily fantasy sports has been the subject of
Odds improve for online gaming June 14, 2015 Regulate or delegate — that’s the question facing Pennsylvania legislators as bills to legalize online gambling gain traction.
Intellectual Property Concerns for Sponsors of Promotional Contests and Sweepstakes Marketers are always looking for more effective ways to entice consumers, with the goal to
New York Poker Bill Drops Bad Actor Clause State Senator John Bonacic has reintroduced a bill to authorize online poker in the Empire State, but
Will regulators sideline fantasy stock-trading games? Regulators seem to be imposing a harsh new reality on fantasy stock-trading upstarts. Stock Battle – one of the first
Daily fantasy sports contests are a hit in the US, but in some states fantasy sports offerings fall foul of intrastate gambling and lottery regulations.