The controvesial news about U.S. Federal Wire Act and the DOJ haven't backpedaled yet and it's about to be blown off in spectacular fashion.
The US Department of Justice confirms that it's extending the deadline for enforcing its new Wire Act opinion by another 60 days until mid-June.
There will be extensive commentary on New Hampshire's lawsuit against DOJ's Wire Act opinion, but the most important aspect is scarcely discussed: why?
The iDea Growth trade association has submitted a challenge to the new interpretation of the Wire act in New Hampshire courts.
If DOJ doesn’t offer a response within the 90-day grace period already established when it reversed its opinion, the lawsuit will most likely move forward.
New Hampshire's state lottery files legal challenge of US Department of Justice's new opinion on the scope of the 1961 Wire Act.
As the U.S. gambling industry still reacts to the Wire Act, many jurisdictions in the space are already looking to stop the DOJ in its tracks.
Attorneys-general of New Jersey and Pennsylvania file request for documents relating to Department of Justice's new opinion on the scope of the Wire Act.
Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board instructs its online gambling licensees to ensure their operations comply with the DOJ's new Wire Act opinion.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently decided to change course on its position of the Federal Wire Act.