With a federal appeals court in Boston preparing to consider a case which could alter the future of internet gambling in the United States, chances of a settlement between the U.S. Department of Justice and the New Hampshire Lottery Commission appear to be remote.
“I don’t know what a settlement would look like,” said Matthew McGill, the Washington, D.C. attorney who represented NeoPollard Interactive, the internet vendor of the New Hampshire Lottery Commission, in a successful lawsuit against the Justice Department (DOJ) at district court level.
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