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Jeff Ifrah presents the second of two webinars in Bola Verde Media’s Fall 2010 Educational Series, “When the Government Comes Knocking – Assessing the Risk of Prosecution” and “When the Government Comes Knocking — UIGEA Enforcement”.

Jeff Ifrah presents the second of two webinars in Bola Verde Media’s Fall 2010 Educational Series, “When the Government Comes Knocking – Assessing the Risk of Prosecution” and “When the Government Comes Knocking — UIGEA Enforcement”.  

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Jeff Ifrah presents “An Insight into America’s iGaming Regulation” to an international audience of affiliate marketing professionals at the Budapest Affiliate Conference in Hungary.

Speakers The Budapest Affiliate Conference is set to bring you another knowledge packed programme of discussion panels and presentations with insights from the industry’s expert speakers. Jeff Ifrah Founding Partner, The Ifrah Law Firm Jeff Ifrah is the founding partner of Ifrah PLLC, a law firm in downtown Washington, D.C. that focuses on counseling clients and… Read More

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Jeff Ifrah presents the first of two webinars in Bola Verde Media’s Fall 2010 Educational Series, “When the Government Comes Knocking – Assessing the Risk of Prosecution” and “When the Government Comes Knocking — UIGEA Enforcement”.

Jeff Ifrah presents the first of two webinars in Bola Verde Media’s Fall 2010 Educational Series, “When the Government Comes Knocking – Assessing the Risk of Prosecution” and “When the Government Comes Knocking — UIGEA Enforcement”.  

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The National Law Journal publishes an article “Circuits Split Over Securities Fraud Sentencing” authored by Jeff Ifrah and Rachel Hirsch

©2010 National Law Journal Online SECURITIES FRAUD CRIME Circuits Split Over Securities Fraud Sentencing July 19, 2010 This summer, Richard Berger will be resentenced by a court that now must calculate the loss attributable to his securities fraud conviction according to a rule that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit adopted in… Read More