Lynne Levin Kaufman to speak at the American Bar Association (ABA) Business Law Section Spring Meeting April 9 in Montreal

Montreal, Canada – Lynne Levin Kaufman, Esq. a partner in the law firm of Cooper Levenson, will speak at the American Bar Association (ABA) Business Law Section Spring Meeting in Montreal, Canada on Sat. Apr. 9. Kaufman will chair and moderate the panel “Is it Gambling or just a Fantasy (League): The Latest Legal Developments … Continue reading “Lynne Levin Kaufman to speak at the American Bar Association (ABA) Business Law Section Spring Meeting April 9 in Montreal”

Gaming Industry CEOs will headline 20th Annual East Coast Gaming Congress

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ — Chief executives from nearly a dozen major gaming operators and suppliers will highlight the upcoming East Coast Gaming Congress and iGaming Institute as the event celebrates its 20th anniversary on May 25-26. “After 20 years, industry leaders continue to use our conference as a forum for new ideas . It will … Continue reading “Gaming Industry CEOs will headline 20th Annual East Coast Gaming Congress”

Daily Fantasy: Meteoric Rise, Legal Questions, and Unfolding “Scandal”

Now that we are into the second month of the football season – what is the biggest story of the season? Well, if you have a television, computer, or smart phone, you know that the answer is DAILY FANTASY. And that was before the “scandal” (to be discussed later) that unfolded just as I thought … Continue reading “Daily Fantasy: Meteoric Rise, Legal Questions, and Unfolding “Scandal””

Blurred Lines or Bright Line Between Gaming and Medical Marijuana

Last year, when the song “Blurred Lines” blasted over the airways, no one, including the recording artists (at least they claimed) realized that lines had been blurred between the popular hit song and a song titled “Got to Give It Up” written by music sensation Marvin Gaye. However, as determined by a jury earlier this … Continue reading “Blurred Lines or Bright Line Between Gaming and Medical Marijuana”

Regulating the Truth

That should be no surprise to anyone, as Atlantic City – and its nearly four-decade-old experiment in casino gaming – has always been ground zero for anyone looking to understand gaming and its impacts. The greatest piece of disinformation is that the recent closing of casinos casts a pall on the effectiveness of the New … Continue reading “Regulating the Truth”

On Bill Eadington and serious discussions

Date: 04/10/2013 Publication: Casino Journal Magazine CooperLevenson Publication: Casino Journal Magazine Summary: Bill Eadington, longtime director for the study of gambling and commercial gaming at the University of Nevada Reno passed away in February 2013. He was a pioneer in the field. Article: Casino Journal April 13.pdf