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ESPN quotes Jeff Ifrah about the Laws surrounding Survivor Pool Betting

America’s growing love of office pools By: David Purdum-ESPN Staff Writer Laws regarding pools, however, are rarely enforced, said Jeff Ifrah, a prominent Washington, D.C., attorney, who has handled many high-profile gambling and sports betting cases. Ifrah recalls only a handful of times in which authorities targeted pools. On the rare instances that authorities do… Read More

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Attorney Jeff Ifrah quoted by NBC Washington as Potential “Class B” Operators look for Sports Betting Clarity

For the District’s Small Businesses, Is Sports Betting Too Big a Gamble? By Jodie Fleischer, Katie Leslie, Jeff Piper and Steve Jones But Jeff Ifrah, an attorney who represents a group of small restaurateurs interested in offering sports betting, said they remain concerned about other aspects they fear could make sports betting not worth the investment. Chief among them? Whether… Read More

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Department of Justice appeals Decision in The Wire Act Case. Online Poker Report reaches out to Jeff Ifrah for Comments

US Online Gambling Still Under Threat: DOJ Is Appealing Its Loss In The Wire Act Case By: Dustin Gouker The online gambling lobbying group iDEA Growth issued a statement after the notice: “The Department’s action, while hardly unexpected, is certainly unwarranted,” said Jeff Ifrah, founder of iDEA Growth. “DOJ generally files appeals of adverse district court decisions as… Read More

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Attorney Jeff Ifrah explains why a Second Skin Model could benefit Sportsbook Operators in various States.

The Skins Game: Following Landmark Deal, Penn National Gains Flexibility To Leverage Primary Skins by Matt Rybaltowski Jeff Ifrah is the founder of iDevelopment and Economic Association (iDEA) Growth, a leading industry trade association. Ifrah outlined a scenario which explains why a second skin model could be beneficial for sportsbook operators in various states. Take New… Read More

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D.C. Bars work to secure Legal Sports Betting in their Establishments. Attorney Jeff Ifrah is quoted by the Washington Post

Sports betting won’t launch in D.C. in time for NFL season; bars start applying By Fenit Nirappil “Jeff Ifrah, a D.C. gaming attorney who leads an online gambling trade association, said national sports gambling operators have already contacted local bars to help them venture into sports betting. Ifrah is trying to band together 10 local bars… Read More

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Law.com quotes Michelle Cohen as the FTC cracks down on Childhood Privacy

Childhood Privacy in Spotlight as FTC Takes Tough Stance on COPPA By Caroline Spiezio Even if a site is open to all audiences, such as YouTube or TikTok, privacy lawyers say features like bright colors or emojis could lead the FTC to classify it as a platform appealing to children. Google subsidiary YouTube is the latest… Read More

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How The DC Sports Betting Licensing Process Will Play Out

Now that the DC sports betting contract is approved, preparations for launch can begin in earnest in the District of Columbia. DC sports betting is gearing up to go live, and facilities that serve alcohol are allowed to get in on the action. First, however, they must go through the DC Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA.) A quick… Read More

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Jeff Ifrah quoted by WUSA9 as “Political Betting” makes Headlines

Bet $100 on Joe Biden, win $1,000 if he wins; Here’s how ‘political betting’ works Author: Evan Koslof “We wanted to learn more about the legality of political betting, so we reached out to Jeff Ifrah, a lawyer who specializes on the betting industry. Ifrah said that political betting remains illegal across the United States,… Read More