Gambling Compliance

Filters

Search Perspectives

Show Filters

Area of Focus

Year

Type

Reset Filters

Direct all media inquiries to BPR@beckerlawyers.com

Results

William Hill Exec Sees More States, Tribes Challenging U.S. Betting Ban

By Tony Batt Other states and possibly Indian tribes will file lawsuits challenging a federal sports-betting ban if New Jersey loses its latest appeal to allow sports wagering within its borders, according to the head of William Hill’s U.S. operations. Joe Asher, CEO of William Hill U.S., said he expects another sports-betting lawsuit “over the […]

Read More

Daniel Wallach Quoted by Gambling Compliance on NFL’s Disingenuous Opposition to Sports Betting

The first of three NFL games in London this year will be played Sunday at Wembley Stadium, and British sportsbooks are expecting another increase in betting even as wagering on games remains outlawed on the other side of the Atlantic. Betting is increasing by about 40 percent per year on NFL games in London, but […]

Read More

Daniel Wallach Quoted in Sports Illustrated on Donald Sterling’s Appellate Strategy

Becker & Poliakoff sports law attorney Daniel Wallach was interviewed in Sports Illustrated about the recent legal maneuverings in the Donald Sterling probate court case. As Sports Illustrated’s Michael McCann exclusively reported, Mr. Sterling inexplicably missed the filing deadline for seeking appellate review by the California Supreme Court. The high court represented Mr. Sterling’s last […]

Read More

Daniel Wallach Interviewed About Supreme Court Prospects for New Jersey’s Challenge to Federal Sports Betting Ban

Supreme Court Or Bust In New Jersey Sports-Betting Case Tony Batt, GamblingCompliance Click here for the PDF The U.S. Supreme Court is the last hope for sports betting in New Jersey after the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday rejected the state’s appeal for a second hearing on the court’s decision to uphold […]

Read More

Daniel Wallach Quoted by Gambling Compliance on New Jersey Sports Betting Case

Signaling its intent to exhaust all legal options, New Jersey is asking a federal appeals court for a second hearing, which could include all the court’s active judges, to reconsider a ruling in September rejecting the state’s law legalizing sports betting. Ted Olson, the attorney who won the U.S. Supreme Court case that allowed George […]

Read More