A California federal judge has denied the temporary restraining order of a man suing Fliff Inc. for allegedly offering online gambling disguised as free sweepstakes, saying the California resident failed to provide the court with evidence he would succeed on his underlying lawsuit claims of unfair competition and unjust enrichment. […]
Fliff attorney William Gantz of Duane Morris LLP told Law360 Friday that his client had followed the law.
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The Q&A provides a high level overview of the framework of gambling regulation; the regulatory authorities; gambling products; land-based gambling; regulation and licensing; online gambling; B2B and B2C operations; mobile gaming and interactive gambling; social gaming; blockchain technology; gambling debts; tax; advertising and developments and reform.
To read the full text of this chapter of Thomson Reuters Practical Law: Gaming Global Guide, written by Duane Morris attorneys Bill Gantz and Joseph Caputi, please visit the Thomson Reuters website.
Legalized casino gambling and sports wagering are approaching the finish line in Virginia following the recent passage of two bills by the Virginia General Assembly. Senate Bill 36 and House Bill 896, both awaiting the signature of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, would permit five land-based casinos, online sports betting and up to 2,000 additional historical horse racing machines.
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