Kise Comments on Expected Date of SCOTUS Ruling in NJ Betting Case

07 February 2018 ESPN.com News
Partner Christopher Kise is quoted in an ESPN.com article, “Handicapping when SCOTUS will rule on NJ betting case,” about when the Supreme Court is likely to render a decision in the New Jersey sports betting case.

Kise, who has argued four cases before the court, including one this term, said the court generally decides cases within about 90 days of oral argument, which, in the sports betting case, occurred on Dec. 4, 2017. “So, for this case, a decision can be expected as early as March,” he said.

Cases involving more contentious or divisive issues and those generating a higher number of concurring and dissenting opinions tend to increase the amount of time between argument and decision, he added.

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