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What Are The Odds?

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Nikki Lo Bue

on 15 April 2015

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Transcript of What Are The Odds?

Extraterritorial
Enforcement
Brief History of Online Piracy
Enforcement in the U.S.
Licensing Case Study in Nevada
POKER
Kim Dotcom
Richard O’Dwyer
Anton Ivanov
A Brief History of Gaming Enforcement in the US
SPEAKERS
ABA White Collar Crime Institute 2013, Las Vegas, NV
What Are The Odds?
Procedural Hurdles - Extradition
- Extradition treaties
- Dual Criminality
Substantive Hurdles – Unresolved Questions of Federal and State Law
What  activities are subject to the US Illegal Gambling Business Act After DiCristina?
1998 - 2006 : Public Companies Come To Dominate
2007 - 2011: Private Companies Fill The Void
2012 - ?: Federalism at its Finest?
MODERATOR
Jeff Ifrah
Ifrah PLLC
Washington, DC
PANELIST
Arlo Devlin-Brown
Assistant United States
Attorney, SDNY
IS A GAME OF
SKILL
NOT CHANCE
OPEN FOR INTRASTATE PLAY:
Nevada
Delaware
NJ
What are
the Odds?

PANELIST
Tom Goldstein
Partner,
Goldstein & Russell,
Washington, DC
PANELIST
Richard Nathan
Special Counsel at Robinson,
Waters & O’Dorisio, P.C.
PANELIST
Randall Sayre
Former Member,
Nevada Gaming Control Board
United States v. Dicristina, No. 11-cr-414, 2012 WL 3573895 (E.D.N.Y. Aug. 21, 2012), appeal docketed, No. 12-3720 (2d Cir. Sept. 19, 2012)
How is “gambling” defined under the IGBA?
Skill v. chance: does peer-to-peer poker fall within the IGBA’s definition?
If so, is the activity proscribed under state law?
Awaiting the Second Circuit’s decision on appeal
Relevant Federal Statutes
Interstate Gaming Compacts
Isn’t Money Enough?
Non-Criminal Alternatives –
Civil Forfeiture
Criminal Copyright Infringement--
17 U.S.C. § 506(a)and 18 U.S.C. § 2319
Notable Case: U.S. v. Cabrera, et al. 2:09-cr-00173 (D. Nv.)
Three Eras of Internet Gambling
in the United States
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