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Sports Betting: What You Need to Know

May 15, 2018 By: Amanda Ciccatelli For years and years, the State of Nevada has successfully regulated sports betting. Why? One word: Experience. Decades of experience have led to the…

Valley Sports Books React as Supreme Court Opens Door for Nationwide Sports Betting

Fox5, May 14, 2018, by Eric Hilt The Supreme Court made a historic decision on sports betting on Monday, striking down the federal law that banned bets on sports in…

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Legalizing Sports Gambling Outside of Nevada

8LasVegasNOW.com, May 14, 2018, By Karen Castro There was a precedent set Monday for a much anticipated ruling in the sports gaming industry when the United States Supreme Court struck…

McDonald Carano Highlighted in Chambers USA Rankings

May 9, 2018 Las Vegas, NV – Chambers USA, one of the leading legal ratings agencies in the United States, has released its 2018 rankings. McDonald Carano again received high…

Lucky Dragon Developers Want to Sell Via Bankruptcy Court

Las Vegas Review Journal, May 8, 2018 How much is the Lucky Dragon worth? That depends on whom you ask. According to the developers, the bankrupt resort is worth $143…

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