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Quinn D’Isa and Gregory Marino | A potential new paradigm for daily fantasy sports

Foley & Lardner LLP’s Quinn D’Isa and Gregory Marino explore the potentially far-reaching ramifications of a recent legal decision in New York regarding daily fantasy sports and how it is defined within the context of gambling regulations.

Foley & Lardner LLP’s Quinn D’Isa and Gregory Marino explore the potentially far-reaching ramifications of a recent legal decision in New York regarding daily fantasy sports and how it is defined within the context of gambling regulations.

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