Ifrah Law Named Top Partner on iGaming Commission and Licensing Board

The firm is ranked in Chambers USA for Gaming & Licensing and White Collar Litigation.

Washington, D.C. - February 9, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Head attorney Jeff Ifrah of Ifrah Law is excited to announce that his company has been awarded “Best Legal and Compliance Partner” at the eGaming Review (EGR) North America, the inaugural event hosted in San Francisco to recognize those who are making strides in the upcoming field of iGaming. The awards were held the night before spoke with the NBA on regulating sports betting in the U.S. at GiGse, an industry conference of over 700 iGaming professionals.

Ifrah Law, a Washington DC-based boutique law firm, has a pioneering practice in Internet gaming, having been an active participant in the industry since its inception. The firm is ranked in Chambers USA for Gaming & Licensing and White Collar Litigation and has been recognized as a leader in white collar litigation by Benchmark Litigation.

"Ifrah Law is proud to have received the Legal and Compliance Partner award at EGR’s inaugural North America Awards,” said Jeff Ifrah, the firm’s founder. “For many years, we have been thoroughly committed to representing the best interests of companies and individuals in the Internet gaming industry, and it is rewarding to be recognized for our efforts and dedication.”

EGR magazine is one of the most respected publications for the online gaming industry, providing exclusive news, interviews and commentary from industry leaders. The inaugural EGR North America Awards were designed to celebrate excellence in the North American online gaming industry. They highlight leading operators and service providers who have shown outstanding performance and innovation over the past 12 months. The Legal and Compliance award was given to the legal and compliance firm that has provided the best service to the egaming industry during the past year. A panel of carefully selected expert judges assessed firms based on the breadth of service offered, the quality of customer service, and the company’s commercial success.

Ifrah’s attorneys, led by founder Jeff Ifrah, frequently speak and write about Internet gaming in well-known venues nationally and internationally. The firm’s clients are leading players in online gaming including Amaya Gaming, Full Tilt Poker, iBus Media, Mondogoal, PokerStars, and the Delaware State Lottery.

About Ifrah Law:

Ifrah Law is a Washington, D.C.-based law firm that represents clients in a variety of litigation settings. Founded in 2009, the firm specializes in Internet advertising, igaming, government contracts and healthcare. Its attorneys also author three noted blogs: www.ifrahonigaming, covering all aspects of online gaming, www.crimeinthesuites.com, an analysis of current issues in white collar defense, and www.ftcbeat.com, FTC and State AG News for Ecommerce.

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