Bodog reaches a resolution with 1st Technology, LLC and gets Bodog.com returned
20 April 2009
A long, long time ago in a galaxy far away…
Err, wait, sorry…wrong opening.
Way back when, in 2007, Bodog lost their domain name, bodog.com, in a patent infringement suit brought against them by 1st Technology, LLC. Since then, Bodog has changed domains twice; first with newbodog.com, and shortly thereafter, they moved again to the domain that they’re currently using, bodoglife.com.
From what I understand, from the official press release, everything is hunky-dory between Bodog and 1st Technology, LLC, and it seems that that both sides are happy with this settlement.
I definitely believe that Bodog is breathing a little easier now that this lawsuit has been settled…
08 January 2010Pennsylvania Gambling Law Update
I know that Pennsylvania casino players are happy with this news! Hopefully other states will follow. LAS VEGAS, Nevada — Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell is expected to sign a bill into law today that will allow the state’s slot machine-only casinos to add table games to gaming floors. The new law will allow large Pennsylvania casinos to add up 250 table games each and smaller resort style casinos can add 50 games each. Casino operators will pay an upfront license fee of $16.Read full article