Universities Shouldn't Roll Dice On Sports Betting Compliance

Reprinted from: Law360 | Feb. 14, 2020

Cadwalader's Anne Tompkins, Lex Urban and Stephen Weiss discuss how legal sports betting has become the latest “third rail” for colleges, universities, and their athletics programs. The authors raise critical questions that administrators and compliance officers should consider as they prepare to implement safeguards to help protect their institutions, student-athletes and the integrity of their sports. Because each college and university has a unique risk profile, the authors also provide tips on how institutions can appropriately tailor their compliance programs.

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