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Michelle Cohen Named 2016 Top Rated Litigator by American Lawyer Media

Ifrah Law’s Michelle Cohen has been recognized as a 2016 Top Rated Litigator by American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell and is featured in the current edition of The National Law Journal. Michelle’s litigation experience, coupled with her regulatory and corporate experience, allows her to offer clients up-to-the-minute legal counsel on a wide range of data… Read More

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Boston Globe Reports Jeff Ifrah’s Prediction That DFS Truce Will Lead to NY Bill

DraftKings Inc. on Monday announced it would temporarily stop doing business in New York, a tactical move that shifts its long-running court battle to the state capital, where legislators are considering a bill that would expressly legalize daily fantasy sports. The Boston-based company and its main competitor, FanDuel Inc., struck the cease-fire agreement with New… Read More

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The American Lawyer Magazine Covers George Calhoun Joining Ifrah Law as Financial Chair

Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson hired Alston & Bird real estate partner MICHAEL VINES in New York, but saw litigation special counsel GEORGE CALHOUN leave its outpost in Washington, D.C., to become a partner at Ifrah PLLC, where he will chair the financial services practice at the complex civil and criminal litigation shop…

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Jeff Ifrah Quoted on Whether The Daily Fantasy Sports Industry Will Survive or Implode

An industry-wide implosion isn’t imminent, but daily fantasy sports companies have to change the way they operate, said Jeffrey Ifrah, a Washington, D.C.-based lawyer who represents about a dozen daily fantasy sports companies smaller than DraftKings and FanDuel. “The current model of extensive advertising and marketing budgets is probably no longer viable,” he said. “The… Read More

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ESPN Interviews Jeff Ifrah on The Future of U.S. Sports Betting (Online Preview Segment)

After nearly a century of zero-tolerance policies that treated gambling as a mortal threat, U.S. sports leagues are rapidly cutting deals with companies involved in sports betting. To varying degrees, the leagues are partnering — openly and in secret — with oddsmakers, betting prognosticators and data providers that make sports wagering possible in the digital… Read More

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