IGB

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AcronymDefinition
IGBIllinois Gaming Board
IGBIstituto di Genetica e Biofisica (Italy)
IGBInternationaler Gewerkschaftsbund (German: International Trade Union Federation)
IGBInner-German Border (former boundary/border between East and West Germany)
IGBIllegal Gambling Business
IGBInlet Gearbox (gas turbines)
IGBInstitute & Guild of Brewing (now known as the Institute of Brewing & Distilling; UK)
IGBIntermediate Gear Box
IGBInternational Gravimetric Bureau (France)
IGB(Fraunhofer) Institut für Grenzflächen- und Bioverfahrenstechnik, Stuttgart, Germany
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Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit overturned Weinstein's decision, concluding that criminal liability under the Illegal Gambling Business Act hinges on state definitions of illegal gambling.
They face up to five years in jail if convicted of running an illegal gambling business and 20 years if done for money laundering.
Rennick has been charged with one count each of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, conspiracy to engage in money laundering, and conspiracy to operate an illegal gambling business.
While Congress did not intend for individuals placing bets be counted as part of the five or more persons requirement, Congress did want to the courts to liberally count anyone engaged in the operation of the illegal gambling business "regardless of how minor their roles.
21) Applying the holding in Scialabba, the district court vacated the money laundering convictions, finding no evidence that the financial transactions on which the money laundering convictions were based involved net profits, as opposed to gross receipts, of the illegal gambling business.
The Travel Act and Illegal Gambling Business Act are the other federal laws that apply to online gambling.
In his well-written piece, Plotz explains how a small group of Palmetto state lobbyists, politicians, and machine owners transformed a small-time illegal gambling business into a multi-billion-dollar legal one.
The 'bookies' operators are ready to make a last stand to protect their illegal gambling business.
District Court in Fayetteville to one count of operating an illegal gambling business.
District Judge Jack Weinstein threw out the conviction of a Staten Island poker room operator accused of violating the Illegal Gambling Business Act (IGBA).