Kate Lowenhar-Fisher (Member, Las Vegas) and Greg Gemignani (Member, Las Vegas) co-authored an article for June’s edition Online Gaming Law titled, “The Impact of Regulatory Scrutiny on Daily Fantasy Sports in the U.S.” Kate and Greg examine the effect of regulation on daily fantasy sports (DFS), discuss the implications of Los Angeles Turf Club v. Horse Racing Labs, and assess the current legal status of DFS in the United States.
Ms. Lowenhar-Fisher is a leading Nevada gaming attorney who counsels many of the world’s premier gaming companies on regulatory issues in connection with mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring, reorganizations and financings. She has extensive experience advising clients on issues related to Internet gaming, social gaming, fantasy sports, liquor licensing, nightclubs, restaurants, sweepstakes, contests, and promotions. She regularly represents individuals and businesses before regulatory agencies, including the Nevada State Gaming Control Board, the Nevada Gaming Commission, the Clark County Liquor and Gaming Licensing Board and the Las Vegas City Council. She may be reached in the Las Vegas, Nevada office at 702-550-4459.
Mr. Gemignani’s practice focuses primarily on intellectual property law, gaming law, technology law, internet law, online gaming law, and online promotions law. He has represented many clients ranging from the largest casino companies to start-up internet ventures. Greg may be reached in our Las Vegas, Nevada office at 702-550-4468.