Anthony Cabot In The News

Profile: Anthony Cabot

January 29, 2019
Half an hour before a preseason hockey game last fall, Ted Leonsis strolled down the concourse of Capital One Arena in Washington, stopping every now and then to pose for someone’s selfie. Leonsis owns both the Washington Capitals, the National Hockey League team, and the arena itself, a squat behemoth that fills a block of Chinatown not far from Ford’s Theater. He also owns other teams that play there, including the Washington Wizards, in the National Basketball Association, and some smaller ones that don’t.
January 22, 2019
The legal reasoning behind the Justice Department’s unusual reversal this week of an opinion that paved the way for online gambling hewed closely to arguments made by lobbyists for casino magnate and top Republican donor Sheldon Adelson.
January 14, 2019
The U.S. Department of Justice has issued a new legal opinion that expands the scope of a law barring gambling over state lines — a move that observers say may affect Daily Fantasy Sports and Nevada’s online poker agreements with Delaware and New Jersey.
August 4, 2018
Ever since the U.S. Supreme Court first announced it was going to look at the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act last year and then moved to repeal it in May, there has been a barrage of news every week about the expansion of sports gambling in the United States.
June 20, 2018
Government House has stonewalled a question about whether it knew the sale of American lottery tickets in Bermuda was branded a potential breach of “numerous” laws in the United States by a top American gambling lawyer.
May 14, 2018
A couple of years from now you might be able to settle into your seat at Coors Field, pull out your phone and legally bet money on whether the next player makes it to first base.