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Michelle Cohen Interviewed for Feature Profile by Emory Alumni Association

Meet Michelle Weisberg Cohen 92L What does it take to create a national monument? Ask Michelle Weisberg Cohen 92L, vice president – legal affairs on the board of the National Woman’s Party at the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument. By Michelle Weisberg Cohen 92L Lawyer Michelle Weisberg Cohen 92L is active in women’s rights and… Read More

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James Trusty Quoted by New York Times on Appointment of Special Counsel by DOJ

Caught in White House Chaos, Justice Dept. Official Seeks Neutral Ground AL DRAGO / THE NEW YORK TIMES By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS and REBECCA R. RUIZ MAY 21, 2017 WASHINGTON — Last month, Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general at the center of the crisis building around President Trump’s White House, gathered with federal prosecutors and law enforcement officials to… Read More

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Jeff Ifrah and Jessica Feil Quoted on Recent UK Gambling Commission Esports Report

Esports Developers Are Playing A Dangerous Game On Gambling, According To UK Regulators Game developers and publishers need to take time to read the UK Gambling Commission’s recent position paper on “Virtual currencies, eSports and social casino gaming.” The position paper is available here. Video game developers may not think their games are gambling. But under… Read More

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Michelle Cohen Named Top Author For JD Supra’s 2017 Readers’ Choice Awards

JD Supra’s annual Readers’ Choice awards recognize firms and authors who achieved the highest visibility and engagement for their written analysis and commentary on our site during 2016. Michelle Cohen has been named a Top Author for the related categories of Enforcement Actions, Wage and Hour, Employer Liability Issues, Class Action, False Advertising, Food Labeling, USDA,… Read More

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ESPN Quotes Steven Eichorn on Billion Dollar March Madness Betting

70 million brackets, $10.4 billion in bets expected for March Madness Americans are expected to complete 70 million NCAA tournament brackets this year, risking on average $29 per bracket and contributing to the $10.4 billion that will be bet overall on March Madness, according to estimates released Monday by the American Gaming Association. The $10.4… Read More

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