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Jeff Ifrah Quoted in Legal Sports Report on Mississippi Tribal Casinos Entering Sports Betting Market

The Mississippi sports betting market will include tribal casinos in addition to the bigger corporate players. The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians recently approved changes to its gaming commission regulations that will allow sports betting, according to a report from WTOK. Passed unanimously at a special tribal council meeting, the amendments also make room for horse racing. Pearl River Resort and Bok Homa Casino will offer sports… Read More


Baltimore Sun Features Article by Jeff Ifrah on Mobile Sports Betting

Jeff Ifrah’s article “Betting on sports – from our phones” is featured in today’s Baltimore Sun. The article discusses sports betting in a post-PASPA world and the need for common sense legislation around mobile betting. Jeff explains: Online mobile gaming is the present and future of the wagering industry. In Las Vegas, more than 60… Read More


The George Washington Law Review Features Response from Jeff Ifrah and David Yellin to SCOTUS Sports Betting Case; Murphy v. NCAA

In a recent 6–3 ruling in Murphy v. NCAA, the Supreme Court struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (“PASPA”), ending the federal ban on sports betting and opening the door for states to begin legalizing sports gambling. This ruling immediately legalizes sports betting in New Jersey, opens up a logjam that states, casinos,… Read More

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Supreme Court Decision on Sports Betting Will Be An Economic Game Changer for the States

(May 14, Washington, DC) Today the gaming industry applauded the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Murphy (formerly Christie) v. NCCA holding that the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) is unconstitutional. “The Supreme Court’s decision is a jackpot for not just sports betting but the entire gaming industry in general,” said Jeff Ifrah, founding partner of Ifrah Law and… Read More

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James Trusty Appears in “Rosenstein Under Fire” by CNN

Jim Trusty, a partner at Ifrah Law and former Chief of the Department of Justice’s Organized Crime and Gang Division, made an appearance on CNN to discuss the situation regarding current U.S. DOJ Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Jim was previously an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Maryland working under Rosenstein. Mr. Trusty, leader of Ifrah Law’s White… Read More

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