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Live Webcast – September 15, 2020
- 7:00-8:00am PT / 8:00-9:00am MT / 9:00-10:00am CT / 10:00-11:00am ET
This course will examine the legal issues surrounding sports wagering in the United States, the legislative and regulatory frameworks surrounding sports betting, and what may lie ahead for this industry in the years to come.
Evan Davis is an attorney with Goldstein Law Partners, where he advises companies that do business within the sports and gaming sectors. He is a leading authority on the issue of sports betting and is a frequent speaker on the topic, and also serves as Managing Director overseeing the Sports and Gaming vertical at SeventySix Capital Sports Advisory. Evan previously served as Vice President and General Counsel of Rivers Casino Philadelphia (formerly SugarHouse Casino). In this role, Evan oversaw all legal matters for a company with over $300 million in annual gaming revenues and served as one of the key executives spearheading the casino’s launch of sports wagering.
1 General Credits
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- Legal Background
- Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act
- Murphy v. NCAA
- Wire Act
- Legislative and Regulatory Frameworks
- State regulators and lotteries
- Key differences in state laws
- Current state legislative landscape
- What lies ahead?
- Policies and procedures by teams, leagues, and schools
- Fraud prevention
- Esports and other new frontiers