iGaming Attorney Jeff Ifrah to Lead Expert Panel at Annual Global Gaming Summit G2E

iGaming Attorney Jeff Ifrah to Lead Expert Panel at Annual Global Gaming Summit G2EiGaming Attorney Jeff Ifrah to Lead Expert Panel at Annual Global Gaming Summit G2E
iGaming Attorney Jeff Ifrah to Lead Expert Panel at Annual Global Gaming Summit G2E

iGaming Attorney Jeff Ifrah to Lead Expert Panel at Annual Global Gaming Summit G2E

WASHINGTON, DC – This year’s G2E Conference in Las Vegas will be held at the Sands Expo & Convention Center on September 29th to October 2nd. This premier gaming event will be the largest floor show in North America with over 450 vendors and exhibitors. The conference will also feature leaders in the industry, keynotes, special events and numerous networking opportunities. The iGaming Zone at G2E will feature the top suppliers in the online gaming market along with the non-gaming exhibits that feature Food & Beverage, Security and Surveillance, Hotel Operations, and Entertainment segments.

Sure to be one of the most interesting and informative seminars will be Bad Actors: The Impact and Enforcement of Illegal iGaming Sites. This panel seminar will examine the current state of illegal iGaming in the United States. This session will educate the attendees on what is being done to block and shut down illegal US facing gaming sites. Complications related to affiliate sites that promote both legal and illegal iGaming sites will also be discussed. Attendees will hear what’s being done at the Federal level, what legal sites can do to prevent illegal gambling, and more. The panel for this seminar includes a number of high level state gaming regulators and gaming experts, including Jeff Ifrah, Founding Partner of Ifrah Law.

Jeff Ifrah has been a trial lawyer in the U.S Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps, and also gained valuable experience as a special assistant U.S. Attorney in New Jersey. Jeff is well known for his legal excellence, and has defended some of the best known businesses in industries such as gaming, healthcare, and technology. He has been recognized by the Chambers USA four years in a row for litigation excellence in the areas of white collar crime, and government investigations. Jeff is also well known as an expert in securities fraud, and is rated as one of the top fraud and compliance lawyers in the US. With these credentials, he is an excellent choice as a panel speaker on illegal iGaming and the challenges presented by unlicensed and unregulated online gaming sites.

Jeff Ifrah has always been focused on getting results for his clients. He is known for developing innovative strategies in order to make his case. Jeff and his team at Ifrah Law have extensive experience in defending online operators in class action suits, and have represented major iGaming companies all over the world. Some of thier clients have included the online poker sites of PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker. He has also represented the Interactive Gaming Council, which represents iGaming companies worldwide. In addition to his legal work, Jeff is active in publishing, serving on the editorial board of the Worldwide Gambling Law Report and also managing the only blog exclusively dedicated to online gaming – ifrahonigaming.com.

About the Author

Jeff Ifrah
For over twenty years, Jeff Ifrah’s legal skills and record of success have earned him international recognition as a white-collar criminal defense lawyer and litigator. He is an advocate keenly focused on delivering results for his clients – on understanding the problems they face and developing innovative strategies to resolve them. Often litigating cases against the federal government, he achieved a string of victories in cases involving criminal and civil antitrust laws, securities laws and the Civil False Claims Act. He defended some of the most well-known businesses in the country in industries such as pharmaceuticals, healthcare and technology. Ifrah Law’s list of clients includes a Russian corporation InstaForex, Platinum Business Corporation, a former Homestore.com executive, Stuart Wolff, among many others.