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FURTHER DELAY IN KENTUCKY DOMAIN SEIZURE CASE
23rd December, 2010 at 08:20:32
Court still undecided on question of standing
The attempt by the State of Kentucky to seize international domains belonging to online gambling companies (see previous infopowa reports) has been delayed for a further 30 days while the vexed question of legal standing is considered by the court.
Over the past two years the Interactive Media Entertainment and Gaming Association (IMEGA) , and lawyers representing the State have fought through a series of Kentucky courts with one of the main areas of contention being the question of whether IMEGA has standing (i.e. can claim to be representative of domain owners) in the proceedings.
This week the courts imposed an Order of Obeyance for 30 days whilst it again considered the question of standing.
Related News Tags: Kentucky, IMEGA
ELLIS PARK SELECT SPORTECH FOR PARI-MUTUAL BETTING SERVICES
06th February, 2017 at 21:51:55
Expands footprint in State of Kentucky.
SPORTECH WINS ELLIS PARK PARI MUTUEL CONTRACT
07th December, 2016 at 12:48:44
Another significant deal in State of Kentucky.
TVG LEFT RED-FACED AFTER KENTUCKY DERBY
09th May, 2016 at 13:39:04
Betting website crashes just prior to start of lucrative race.
KENTUCKY SENATE AFFIRMS FANTASY SPORTS IS LEGAL
05th May, 2015 at 08:23:47
37 vs. 1 vote that fantasy sports is a game of skill.
NEW MOBILE BETTING APP FOR KENTUCKY
13th April, 2015 at 13:53:58
One of the most hostile anti-online gambling states in the Union is more flexible when it comes to betting on horses.