Tag Archives: I. Nelson Rose
- I. Nelson Rose: Supreme Court ruling in favor of sports betting is close to unanimous
October 16, 2017
In this interview with CalvinAyre.com’s Becky Liggero, gambling law expert I. Nelson Rose gives his prediction on the fate of the sports betting petition filed by New Jersey before the Supreme Court. The day of reckoning for sports betting fans is nearing as the Supreme Court has finally taken cognizance...
- Are Daily Fantasy Sports Legal?
October 18, 2015
Technology is speeding up changes in the world of gaming. It took almost two centuries for poker to evolve from Straight Poker – five paper cards dealt face down with no draw – to Internet Hold ‘Em linking players using computers in different states and even on different continents. Decades...
- GAMBLING AND THE LAW®: Is This Rule Really Necessary?
May 30, 2015
When hotel-casinos first opened in Atlantic City, operators found themselves wrapped up in red tape. Every time they filed a petition with the New Jersey Casino Control Commission, they had to deliver 17 separate copies. This was before email, so some poor secretaries had to physically photocopy, collate and staple...
- GAMBLING AND THE LAW®: Internet Gambling? No Problems
April 7, 2015
The casino industry is one of the most heavily regulated businesses in the world. But even if they did not have that government oversight, casino owners would still be among the most careful business operators in the world. The reason is simple: It’s their money that’s at stake. In lotteries,...
- I. Nelson Rose outside Gambling: Pottery
November 14, 2014
I. Nelson Rose is recognized as one of the world’s leading experts on gambling law— a lawyer, a teacher, a writer, a speaker and a consultant and expert witness for governments, industry and players. He is a professor with tenure at Whittier Law School and a visiting Professor at the...
- MODQs – Why should we forget federal?
March 5, 2014
There are so many subplots surrounding regulation of online gambling in the United States that it's become pretty tricky to keep up with all of them. Interstate compacts, Indian tribe involvement, geolocation and the ability to actually make a profit are just some of the plethora of talking points. But...
Ask not where bitcoin will be tomorrow, but 10 years from now
September 19, 2017
Why the SEC really rejected the Bitcoin ETF
March 14, 2017