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  • “The Times They Are A Changin’” For New Jersey Gaming

    Posted in Casino Games, Sports Betting by on January 26, 2016

    As the saying goes, “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” It’s no secret that Atlantic City has faced its share of troubles. Gaming statewide continues to face transition, but after the dust settles, gaming in New Jersey, and even in struggling Atlantic City, should emerge stronger than ever. Following is the state of gaming […]

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  • Why Virtual Gold Can’t Buy Plaintiffs Happiness

    Posted in Casino Games by on November 10, 2015

    A federal court has soundly rejected a plaintiff’s contention that she suffered any real-world harm based on in-game losses of virtual currency.  In Mason v. Machine Zone, Inc., plaintiff Mia Mason alleged that she was a regular player of a free-to-play mobile game called Game of War (GoW): Fire Age.  GoW is a multiplayer online […]

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  • Phoenix Project: Atlantic City Can Rise From The Ashes

    Posted in Casino Games by on April 8, 2015

    Most of the news from the Atlantic City Boardwalk over the last couple of years has not been promising. Several of the massive casino resort properties there have closed and/or slipped into bankruptcy, and the resale or reopening of the properties has been stalled by legal and financial hurdles. But a new plan for development […]

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