September 26, 2012
by Elizabeth Imbarlina
JURIST Guest Columnist Gerard Dondero, University of Nevada William S. Boyd School of Law Class of 2013, argues that while the recent New York district court decision in US v. Dicristina represents a change in the legal analysis of games of skill, most US states still utilize outdated judicial ...[read more]
August 22, 2012
by Dan Taglioli
A judge for the US District Court for the Eastern District of New York ruled Tuesday that a poker game operator could not be tried under a federal gambling law essentially because poker is more a game of skill than a game of chance. Judge Jack Weinstein wrote in a 120-page judgment that the ...[read more]
December 10, 2011
by Jonathan Cohen
JURIST Guest Columnist D. Wes Rist of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law says that the recent interest of the International Committee of the Red Cross in the impact of video games on international humanitarian law is a chance for cooperation and education with the video game ...[read more]
September 6, 2005
by Rachel Felton
Leading Tuesday's states brief, a North Carolina court of appeals has ruled that promotional game pieces packaged with telephone long-distance cards are not part of an illegal lottery. State officials claimed that Treasured Arts, Inc.'s long-distance telephone cards were an illegal form of... ...[read more]

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