The 1992 federal law banning sports betting outside of Nevada is history. The United States Supreme Court on Monday issued a 7-2 decision in Murphy v NCAA, ruling in favor of New Jersey in its battle against the NCAA and major professional
The waiting for the decision in the Supreme Court sports betting case, aka Murphy v NCAA (formerly known as Christie v NCAA) continues to be the hardest part. Shortly after oral argument on Dec. 4, 2017, we compiled predictions and reactions,
This is one so rich with irony I’m having a difficult time staying seated. Proving that they are beyond shame when it comes to sports betting, the NBA and MLB engaged New Jersey officials in recent months to discuss how
With U.S. Supreme Court oral argument in Christie v NCAA in the books as of Monday, we’re taking stock of reactions and predictions on the high court’s ruling and the fate of PASPA, the 1992 federal law effectively banning sports betting outside
Editor’s Note: In a special contribution to SportsHandle.com, Ryan Rodenberg details his experience attending oral arguments in the Supreme Court sports betting case pitting the NCAA, NBA, NHL, NFL, and Major League Baseball against New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and
New Jersey’s fight for sports betting and against the federal law PASPA is on the doorstep of the United States Supreme Court in Christie v NCAA. Since 1992, the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act — actually spearheaded by former
Because SportsHandle is a website devoted to sports betting and gaming legislation, and because we are sports enthusiasts ourselves, we’ve crafted a dozen proposition bets for the upcoming oral arguments in the Supreme Court Sports Betting Case, aka Christie v
In 2014, veteran litigator Rudy Telscher stood before Chief Justice John G. Roberts’ bench with a clear picture of his main points and the knowledge that the nine justices could probe the case from any angle at any time. He
Washington, D.C.-based attorney Glen D. Nager has argued before the United States Supreme Court bench 13 times over his distinguished career. He grew up there so to speak, having clerked for former Supreme Court (SCOTUS) justice Sandra Day O’Connor, when
The NCAA, NFL and pro sports leagues (the “Leagues”) have now staked out their ground in the Supreme Court sports betting case (Christie v NCAA). Just before the close of business on Monday, Paul D. Clement, attorney of record for
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