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James Trusty Speaks with Law360 on DHS’ New Immigrant Data Rule

Privacy Advocates Decry DHS’ New Immigrant Data Rule Law360, New York (September 27, 2017, 9:18 PM EDT) — A new U.S. Department of Homeland Security rule outlining the types of information that can be stored in immigration files has drawn fire from privacy advocates who argue the information is overly broad and may be used for discriminatory… Read More

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Jeff Ifrah Quoted by EGR North America about Massachusetts’ Online Gambling Report and What it Means for the Industry

Reaching critical mass: What does the MA report on online gambling mean for DFS and egaming stakeholders? The Massachusetts special commission on online gambling delivered its long-awaited report in late July, but does it have any immediate impact for the industry The Massachusetts special commission charged with investigating how best to legalize and regulate egaming… Read More

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James Trusty Interviewed About Recent Trump-Russia Grand Jury Revelations

Trump-Russia grand jury: What you need to know 2nd phase in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation uses powerful tool to issue subpoenas In a federal courthouse in Washington, D.C., between 16 and 23 citizens have reportedly been meeting in secret for weeks, tasked with deciding whether to bring charges in a probe of alleged collusion… Read More

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Gambling Compliance Quotes Jeff Ifrah on Outcome of Calvin Ayre’s US Criminal Case

Bodog, ‘Black Friday’ Cases Winding Down With A Whimper The conclusion of Bodog founder Calvin Ayre’s U.S. criminal case may strengthen the hand of PokerStars founder Isai Scheinberg in New York, but is not necessarily indicative of a more relaxed stance on offshore gambling at the U.S. Department of Justice, according to legal experts. The… Read More

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James Trusty Quoted by the WSJ about Impact of the Current Political Climate on the Justice Department

Justice Department Morale Is Unaffected After Trump Rebukes, Deputy AG Says Rod Rosenstein defends priorities of increased immigration enforcement and targeting of violent crime and drug offenses U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said morale at the Justice Department remains “pretty good,” despite concerns by current and former prosecutors that President Donald Trump’s rebukes of… Read More

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Law360 quotes Jessica Feil on the Top 5 Esports Legal Issues to Watch

 Esports Issues Attorneys Should Watch By Zachary Zagger Law360, New York (July 20, 2017, 4:59 PM EDT) — The industry for competitive video game playing, or esports, is moving into the mainstream, but there are still several moving parts to its development that should keep attorneys on their toes. Sixteen teams competed in February for a… Read More


Rachel Hirsch to Give Legal Insights about Performance Marketing at Affiliate Summit East 2017

Session 3C: An Advertiser, Affiliate Network, and Lawyer Walk Into A Bar An in-depth discussion on how to strive for strong traffic relationships, thrive with best practices, and survive in the ever-changing world of performance marketing. NETWORKING PLUS (with session ticket) and VIP (Networking pass holders may attend by purchasing an individual session ticket) Event:Affiliate Summit… Read More

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