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Jeff Ifrah To Discuss Legal Implications of Sports Betting in New Jersey and Beyond for CLE at Rutgers Law School

On Friday, November 30th at the Rutgers Institute for Professional Education on Rutgers Law’s Camden campus, Jeff Ifrah will join leading gaming law practitioners as the keynote speaker for a CLE entitled “Sports Betting in New Jersey and Beyond: States Hit the Jackpot with Murphy v. NCAA.” Moderated by Justice Roberto A. Rivera-Soto, who served seven years on the Supreme Court of New Jersey, and Camille Spinello Andrews, Professor of Law and former Associate Dean of Rutgers Law School, Camden, topics will include:

  • National and professional legal status of sports betting
  • SCOTUS decision (Murphy v. NCAA) itself, and the legislative landscape of sports betting in New Jersey and elsewhere post-Murphy
  • Consideration of what Congressional legislation could withstand scrutiny and what is likely to pass (or not pass)
  • Federal Wire Act, licensing, taxation, and consumer protection under these new evolving laws
  • Sports Integrity

This program has been approved for CLE credit including ethics hours in New Jersey, NewYork, and Pennsylvania. To register or for more information click here.



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