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Meister Co-Authors Study on New Jersey iGaming

Nathan economist Alan Meister, Ph.D. recently examined the economic, fiscal, and social impacts of online casino gaming (iGaming) in New Jersey. His analysis figured prominently in the co-authored research report, “Economic Impact of New Jersey Online Gaming: Lessons Learned,” which was released in...

Nathan Economists Examine Corrective Advertising for Lanham Act Damages

Determining the cost of advertising to counter the negative financial effects of trademark infringement or false advertising requires more complicated analysis than commonly applied, according to Nathan economists D. Scott Bosworth, Russell W. Mangum, and Eric C. Matolo. Writing in the journal The...

Meister Presents at Three Gaming Industry Conferences

May 18, 2017—Principal Economist Alan P. Meister, Ph.D. recently presented at three key gaming industry conferences. On May 2, 2017, Dr. Meister provided a tribal gaming economic update at the Southern Gaming Summit in Biloxi, Mississippi. On May 8, 2017, he discussed the economic outlook for...

Meister Publishes in Indian Gaming Law Magazine

May 22, 2017—Principal Economist Alan P. Meister, Ph.D. examines the continuing growth trend for Indian gaming in his latest article, "Indian Gaming's Growing Trend." The latest data and analysis show that Indian gaming not only outdid its performance in recent years, it also outpaced the growth of...

Indian Gaming Gaining Momentum

2017 Edition of Indian Gaming Industry Report ReleasedApril 11, 2017—In the latest edition of the Indian Gaming Industry Report, Nathan Associates’ Principal Economist Dr. Alan Meister finds that U.S. Indian gaming experienced strong growth on a nationwide basis in calendar year 2015 (5.5%), more...

Meister to Present at 2017 Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention

April 6, 2017—Alan P. Meister, Ph.D., a principal economist at Nathan Associates and a leader in the economic analysis of Indian gaming, will be presenting in San Diego at the 2017 Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention, the longest-running gaming trade show and the country’s largest gathering of...

Nathan’s Hayek Explores Gauging Infringement Damages after Samsung v. Apple

January 19, 2017–Marianne Ley Hayek, a managing economist at Nathan Associates, says an array of economic tools exists to calculate damages when patents for product components are infringed. Litigators may need such analysis more often after the U.S. Supreme Court’s December 6, 2016, ruling in...

Kleit Makes Case in Journal for Deregulated Electricity

November 15, 2016—Nathan Associates affiliate Andrew Kleit, Professor of Energy and Environmental Economics at Pennsylvania State University, argues in the Wall Street Journal for more deregulation of electricity markets.Greater competition through deregulation will bring about lower costs for...

Mangum’s Competition Analysis Prevails in Patent Case

February 16, 2016—Economic analysis by Russell W. Mangum III, senior vice president at Nathan Associates, prevailed in a patent decision involving LED semiconductor lighting products.After ruling last month that Everlight Electronics Co. had infringed three patents held by plaintiff Nichia Corp., U...

Air Cargo Price-Fixing Case Certified as Class Action

September 15, 2015—A Canadian judge has certified a class action alleging that Air Canada and other international airlines fixed the price of fuel surcharges for shipping cargo. Dr. Russell Lamb, Senior Vice President for Litigation at Nathan Associates and internationally recognized authority on...

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