EGaming Review quotes Jeff Ifrah in breaking story about new Nevada poker bill.
AP quotes Jeff Ifrah in article on Colonial Bank executive’s guilty plea in fraud case.
Jeff Ifrah quoted in article on FTC crackdown on business opportunity offers.
Wall Street Journal quotes Jeff Ifrah in article on Galleon insider trading case.
Jeff Ifrah spoke at Affiliate Summit West in Las Vegas on FTC Prosecution of Affiliates for Advertising Claims on January 11, 2011. His presentation is posted here; additional materials, entitled “Five Important Steps to Take If the Government Comes Knocking” are available here.
Jeff Ifrah spoke at Affiliate Summit West in Las Vegas on FTC Prosecution of Affiliates for Advertising Claims on January 11, 2011. His presentation is posted here; additional materials, entitled “Five Important Steps to Take If the Government Comes Knocking” are available here
ABA Journal Weekly features “Crime in the Suites” as its legal blog of the week.
The ABA Journal Weekly Newsletter selected Ifrah PLLC’s CrimeInTheSuites.com as its featured “blawg” of the week for the December 29, 2010 issue. Crime in the Suites focuses on issues relating to government investigations of business crimes including sentencing, FTC and state attorney general actions, affiliate marketing, and I-Gaming. The commentary and cases included in this… Read More
Law360 article quotes Jeff Ifrah regarding lawsuit brought against Ernst & Young for its alleged role in Lehman Brothers collapse.
By Abigail Rubenstein Additional Reporting by Jacqueline Bell Law360 December 21, 2010 New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo’s lawsuit over Ernst & Young LLP’s alleged role in the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. has raised the specter of Arthur Andersen LLP, with some predicting the case could push the accounting giant toward similar troubles…. Read More
Jeff Ifrah quoted in Washington Internet Daily Article about the effect of incoming chair of the House Financial Services Committee, Rep. Baucus, on the potential for legalizing online gaming.
By Kamala Lane Washington Internet Daily November 8, 2010 If Rep. Spencer Bachus, R-Ala., chairs the House Financial Services Committee next Congress, he may have more influence in seeking to block efforts to legalize online gambling. But should Bachus become chairman, it wouldn’t be an automatic loss for the cause, some legalization supporters said. It… Read More