The big freeze

As the fallout from Black Friday shows no sign of ceasing, lawyer Jeff Ifrah examines its impact on state-by-state regulatory developments.

Earlier this year, there was considerable optimism in the gaming world that some states would finally legalise some form of online gambling, such as poker. New Jersey's legislature was the first state to pass such a bill, but the bill was eventually vetoed by Governor Chris Christie and did not become law. However, momentum was…

Black Friday | Chris Christie | Florida | Iowa | Jeff Ifrah | Nevada | New Jersey | Poker | Uigea | Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA)