- Lowenhar-Fisher, Kate C.
- Media Mentions
Kate Lowenhar-Fisher (Member and Gaming & Hospitality Practice Group Chair, Las Vegas) recently discussed a pending decision on the Wire Act by a Boston federal appeals court with Gambling Compliance for an article titled “2020: The Year the Wire Act Threat Faded but Refused to Die.” The decision, which once loomed over the gaming industry as a threat to mobile wagering, has lost most of its relevance as 2020 comes to an end. With the inauguration of President-Elect Biden drawing nearer, Kate believes that the incoming administration will drop the appeal. "An attorney general appointed by President Biden will abandon the federal appeal and toss the most recent OLC memorandum in the shredder," Kate predicted.
- December 17, 2020 Industry Alerts UPDATED: Gaming & Hospitality Legal News, Volume 12, Number 15: Gaming in the Biden Administration - What to Expect Next
- December 01, 2020 Media Mentions Jeffrey Silver Featured in Gaming America Magazine on Pandemic Silver Linings for Las Vegas
- October 27, 2020 Industry Alerts Gaming & Hospitality Legal News, Volume 12, Number 14: Internal Revenue Service Makes Determination Regarding Tax Liability for Daily Fantasy Sports Operators and Potential Write-Offs for Players
- September 15, 2020 In the News Two Dickinson Wright Lawyers Recognized in the 2021 Edition of Chambers Canada
- September 09, 2020 Media Mentions Kate Lowenhar-Fisher Quoted by Boston Business Journal Regarding IRS Memo on Daily Fantasy Sport Entry Fee Taxes
- August 05, 2020 Industry Alerts Gaming and Hospitality Legal News, Volume 12, Number 13: Canadian Gaming Association’s Standards for Cashless Wagering
- July 07, 2020 Industry Alerts Gaming and Hospitality Legal News, Volume 12, Number 12: Nevada Gaming Commission Regulatory Adoption Presents New Opportunities for Wager Funding
- May 12, 2020 Industry Alerts Gaming & Hospitality Legal News, Volume 12, Number 11: Esports in the Time of Physical Distancing
- April 29, 2020 Industry Alerts Gaming & Hospitality Legal News, Volume 12, Number 10: Canada Lifts Restrictions Against Gaming Companies’ Ability to Utilize Co-Lending Program