How to run a March Madness pool without inviting legal trouble

03/4/2012 | Inc. online (free registration)

Many offices hold contests centered on the upcoming NCAA men's basketball tournament, but doing so could land you in legal trouble if you aren't careful, writes Chas Rampenthal of LegalZoom. Be aware of state laws relating to social gambling, he recommends. Also, don't let the commissioner of the office pool collect a fee, and don't use a website to run your pool, he recommends.

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