PokerStars Wants Subpoena For Gambling Regulator Quashed

Law360, New York (August 6, 2013, 7:07 PM EDT) -- PokerStars asked a New Jersey federal judge Sunday to quash a subpoena served on New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement by plaintiffs in an Illinois class action against the online poker company, hoping to block access to its confidential application for a casino license.

Rational Entertainment Enterprises Ltd., PokerStars’ parent company, filed its motion to quash in New Jersey federal court, asking U.S. District Court Judge Renee Bumb to protect its casino license application from the plaintiffs in a putative class action suit in Illinois that aims to recoup gambling losses incurred on the poker site. Rational argued the license application...

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