|Contact Info||Telephone: 702.599.8073|
|University ||University of Minnesota, B.A., 2010|
|Law School||University of Nevada, Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2013 Editor-in-Chief, UNLV Gaming Law Journal, Recipient, CALI Awards in Contracts, Lawyering Process II, Administrative Law, International Business Transactions, and Law & Religion, Member, Society of Advocates Moot Court Team|
Erica Okerberg focuses her practice on gaming law, including licensing and regulatory work; promotional law, including sweepstakes and social gaming; and general corporate matters.
Articles, Publications, & Lectures
•Author, What's in a Game? A Test Under Which We May Call a VGT a Gambling Game is Not So Sweet: Why Courts Should Not Apply the Material Element Test to VGTs, UNLV Gaming Law Journal, Vol. 5: Iss. 1, Article 8, May 28, 2014
•Co-Author, Recent Developments Could Shape Internet Gaming Future, Law360, March 10, 2014
Associated News & Events
01.21.15 'Made in the USA' Claims: California Adds Complications to FTC Standards
01.05.15 Someone's Watching Your Auto-Enrollment Program
11.19.14 Life Sciences & Medical Technology Newsletter, Fall / Winter 2014
08.21.14 Privacy and Data Security Reminders for Mobile Technology Providers
06.30.14 New Jersey Redefines Permissible Types of Pay-to-Play Skill Contests
05.12.14 Life Sciences & Medical Technology Newsletter, Spring 2014
04.16.14 Social Media Photo Contest Draws FTC Attention: Endorsement/Testimonial Guidelines Apply
02.10.14 State of Play-Is 2014 the Year of Internet Gaming?
Documents by this lawyer on Martindale.com
Privacy and Data Security Reminders for Mobile Technology Providers
Ed Chansky,Erica Okerberg, August 28, 2014
Greenberg Traurig, LLP recently hosted a talk in its Silicon Valley office about privacy and software security for mobile technology providers with Nithan Sannappa, an attorney in the FTC's Division of Privacy and Identity Protection. Three key areas were highlighted.
New Jersey Redefines Permissible Types of Pay-to-Play Skill Contests
Ed Chansky,Erica Okerberg, July 8, 2014
New Jersey recently amended its law on skill contests. The new law defines the types of skill contests where a payment can be required to enter. This change could affect operators of video game tournaments, fantasy sports leagues, or other competitions historically viewed as skill-based (and...
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