LANSING — Dickinson Wright PLLC has announced that Robert W. Stocker II has been ranked as a Band 1 attorney by Chambers and Partners in the Gaming & Gambling Global Practice Area for the sixth consecutive year. Chambers Global, publisher of the world’s leading guides to the legal profession, researches the strengths and reputations of international law firms and attorneys through in-depth interviews with peer and competing-firm attorneys, in-house counsel and significant purchasers of legal services.
Stocker is a member and practice leader for gaming law in the firm’s Lansing office. His international practice focuses on gaming, regulatory, corporate and alternative insurance programs law. Stocker is past president of the International Masters of Gaming Law; an editorial board member of Gaming Law Review and Economics; chair of the American Bar Association’s Gaming Law Committee; chair of the American Bar Association’s Annual Gaming Law Minefield Conference in Las Vegas; and an adjunct professor at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where he teaches gaming law, business planning, business organizations, and alternative insurance. He is recognized by Chambers Global as a “Leader in the Field” of gaming law and is also recognized by Best Lawyers in America for his expertise in gaming, administrative and government relations law, and is listed in Michigan Super Lawyers for his gaming expertise.
Chambers Global says that “Robert Stocker of Dickinson Wright PLLC in Michigan is highly involved in land-based gaming across the USA, and has advised state governments on establishing regulatory frameworks for gaming and gambling. Peers respect his extensive experience in the field.”