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The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board on Friday urged operators in the state seeking to set up mobile and online platforms to be cautious after the U.S. Department of Justice earlier the week issued an opinion finding the Wire Act, which prohibits placing wagers across state lines, applies beyond sports betting.
A former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau enforcement attorney and go-to expert for financial services litigation has joined Arent Fox LLP's complex litigation practice as a partner at the firm's San Francisco office, the firm said.
Austrian privacy lawyer Max Schrems on Friday hit eight companies — including Apple, Amazon and Netflix — with complaints claiming they have breached the EU's General Data Protection Regulation by failing to give users adequate access to data.
A new bipartisan bill introduced by House Committee on Financial Services leadership on Friday seeks to curb insider trading by calling for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to explore amendments to its corporate insider rule.
White & Case LLP has beefed up it governance, disputes, sanctions and antitrust practices with the addition of an O'Melveny & Myers LLP former partner whose varied career includes being a presidential appointee supervising all Justice Department financial prosecutions and serving as general counsel to two different public gaming companies.