is a partner whose practice focuses on federal agency investigations and resolution of complex disputes on issues ranging from cybersecurity and computer fraud to money laundering and asset forfeiture. Prior to joining Ifrah Law, Jim served as the chief of the Organized Crime Section at the US Department of Justice (DOJ). As foreign and domestic businesses seek to enter the rapidly expanding online gaming and sports betting market in the USA, Jim’s wide-ranging government and trial experience adds further depth and strength to Ifrah Law’s robust online gaming and sports betting practice.
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