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A potentially historic SCOTUS battle has been averted, as PokerStars owner Flutter and Kentucky have reached an agreement to settle.
Stars Interactive Holdings has petitioned SCOTUS for a writ of certiorari over the $1.3 billion fine it faces from the state of Kentucky.
Jason Kurland is a lawyer accused by his clients of stealing part of their lottery winnings. The case recently moved to the SDNY.
Scott Robbins says he asked a Borgata desk clerk if he'd survive a fall from the building's windows, and ended up banned for it.
A woman who says she won $3 million playing a St. Patrick's-themed roulette is suing BetMGM over what happened at its Michigan online casino.
AGs of Ohio, Michigan, and 24 other states have written to the DOJ to ask it to put the Wire Act issue to rest once...
Google Play and the Apple App Store are being challenged in court separately for their role in distributing social casino products.
Pennsylvania casinos felt that the lottery was offering games too similar to their own slots. A judge has disagreed.
After months without an update, Mike Postle's story has come to an end as he has dropped his defamation suit against Veronica Brill et al.