On September 6, 2018 Partner Marc Ellinger spoke at the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) Autumn Conference in Prague. Marc moderated the panel “Sports Betting in the USA: Now that the gloves are off…who wins?” The panel focused on the impact of Murphy v. NCAA (initially Christie v. NCAA), the status of the various states opening or looking at sports betting and who the winner and losers will be in the short run and the long run.
Marc currently serves as the Second Vice President of IMGL. IMGL is the pre-eminent association of gaming attorneys, regulators, educators, executives and consultants from around the world who are dedicated to education and the exchange of professional information and advice. The open networking and collective experience of its members makes the IMGL an integral and effective tool for the dissemination of gaming law developments worldwide. IMGL has members from six continents, more than fifty countries and thirty states.
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