Recent Articles

 
  • “The Elephant in the Room Is Now in Your Pocket: Mobile Online Gambling and the Jurisdiction Question” (Gaming Law Review and Economics, June 2012)
  • “A Close-up Look at the Beast, Part IV: Can Internet Gambling’s Virtual Currency Make Licensing States Virtually Rich?” (Gaming Law Review and Economics. Nov/Dec 2011)
  • “A Close-up Look at the Beast, Part III: State-Licensed Internet Gambling Systems and the Problem of Problem Gambling“ (Gaming Law Review and Economics. Sept/Oct 2011)
  • li>“A Close-up Look at the Beast, Part II: Internet Security for State-Licensed Internet Gambling Systems” (Gaming Law Review and Economics. July/August 2011)

  • “A Close-Up Look at the Beast: What Form and Structure Would State-Licensed Internet Gambling Take in the United States?” (Gaming Law Review and Economics. May 2011)
  • “Is I-Gaming Leaving Gambling Behind? New Social Media Vary the Formats and Business Models” (Gaming Law Review and Economics. December 2010)
  • “If You Can't Tweet ‘Em, Join ‘Em: The New Media, Hybrid Games, and Gambling Law” (Gaming Law Review and Economics. November 2010)
  • “Don't Look Now, But the Mice Are Winning: Predictable Backfires and New Departures in the War on I-Gaming's Payment Solutions” (Gaming Law Review and Economics. October 2010)
  • “A Few Notes on California's Latest Bid to Legalize Internet Poker” (Gaming Law Review and Economics. July/August 2010)
  • “A Look at the Broad Strokes of Broadband: Internet Gaming and Internet Broadband Policy” (Gaming Law Review and Economics. June 2010)
  • “Is the Future of Internet Gambling in the Cloud?” (Gaming Law Review and Economics. May 2010)
  • “There's an App for That (or Soon Will Be): Smart Phones, Social Networking, and Internet Gaming” (Gaming Law Review and Economics. April 2010)
  • “Some Assembly Required: Planning for State Licensed Internet Poker in the USA” (Gaming Law Review & Economics, December 2009)
  • “Environmental Change Under a Thinning Vice Cap: How I-gaming may Wedge Due Process into U.S. Gaming Law” (Gaming Law Review & Economics, June 2009)
  • “The Limits of Coercion and the Case for I-Gaming Self Regulation” (Gaming Law Review, April 2008)
  • “The New Playing Field” and “U.S. Poker Perspective”(update) (Internet Gambling Report 10th ed. 2007)
  • “Placing Your Bets in a Galaxy Far, Far Away: Online Gambling Touches the Virtual Role Playing Worlds” (Gaming Law Review, October 2006)
  • “If You Can’t Beat Em, Will They Let You Join? American States and Internet Gambling Operators” (Gaming Law Review, February 2006)
  • “Poker- A U.S. Perspective” (Internet Gambling Report, 9th ed, 2006)
  • “Online Poker, Anyone?” Public Gaming International magazine May 2005
  • "Environmental Change Under a Thinning Vice Cap: How I-gaming may Wedge Due Process into U.S Gaming Law" (Gaming Law Review, June 2009)
  • " The Limits of Coercion and the Case for I-Gaming Self Regulation" (Gambling Law Review, April 2008)
  • "The New Playing Field" and "U.S. Poker Perspective"(update) (Internet Gambling Report 10th ed., 2007)
  • "The Incredible Shrinking Opposition: Rationales for the U.S. I-Gaming Jihad Grow Weaker Despite New Prohibition Laws" (Gaming Law Review, June 2007)
  • " Placing Your Bets in a Galaxy Far, Far Away: Online Gambling Touches the Virtual Role Playing Worlds" (Gaming Law Review, October 2006)
  • " If You Can't Beat Em, Will They Let You Join? American States and Internet Gambling Operators" (Gaming Law Review, February 2006)
  • " Poker - A U.S. Perspective" (Internet Gambling Report, 9th ed, 2006)
  • " Online Poker, Anyone?" (Public Gaming International Magazine, May 2005)
  • "Which Way Will We Go? The rise of online poker" (Internet Gambling Report 8th ed, 2005)
  • "A Legal Leg to Stand On" (Public Gaming International Magazine, November 2004)
  • "Betting Against a House Divided: Internet Gambling Pushes Forward in the Face of Contradictory State and Federal Laws." (E-Commerce Law Journal, Oct 2001)