David Jacoby: SCOTUS decision on NCAA case may open door to broader legal sports betting

Our New York partner, David Jacoby, recently authored an article for Law360.com that delves into the recent SCOTUS opinion in Murphy v. NCAA and its potential consequences on legalized gambling in the various states.

Drawing parallels between the prohibition-era laws and their subsequent repeals, Jacoby explains how the Murphy case may open the door to much broader legal sports gambling in the United States.

Click here to view the online article from Law360.cm or download the PDF here.

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