888 Holdings has been at the epicenter of regulated US online gambling for the past six years and is continuing to cash in with new advancements and future plans.
The DOJ is continuing to unjustly target otherwise legal online gambling operators by appealing a Federal Court decision throwing out its Wire Act opinion.
A US District Court Judge threw out the Department of Justice’s new opinion on the Wire Act last week, giving the DOJ the chance to walk away from this mess.
For those who follow gambling news, there has been a near-constant rumble about the US Department of Justice (DOJ) since January 2019. But, what’s the deal?
A federal judge in New Hampshire has decided the DOJ can’t dodge a legal challenge to its Wire Act opinion. Will the truth about its origin come out soon?
A District Court Judge heard from the Department of Justice and the New Hampshire Lottery in the Wire Act case that will shape online gambling in the US.
The Powerball is at $414 million for the March 9 drawing. But enjoy it now–the DOJ’s change of opinion on the Wire Act could spell trouble for lotteries.
Don’t expect to hear anything about the US Department of Justice deciding to back off its latest Wire Act opinion, as it will be a very quiet retreat.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) reversal of the 2011 Obama-era Wire Act memo understandably produced a fair share of anxiety in the online gaming realm. Moreover, the timing of the release which confirms the current DOJ’s position that Wire Act restrictions …