LAS VEGAS – June 15, 2016 – The Global Gaming Group of international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP was recognized by the 2016 Chambers USA Guide. The firm’s Gaming Practice was recognized, for the first time, on the Guide’s Nationwide list of firms in the Gaming & Licensing Practice Area, and once again on the Guide’s list of Nevada firms. In addition, three gaming attorneys were recognized in the Gaming & Licensing Practice. Firmwide, more than 190 attorneys were recognized in the Guide.
According to its website, Chambers and Partners, publisher of the annual Guide, selects attorneys and practice areas for inclusion based on thousands of interviews with practicing lawyers and clients around the world. Attorneys and practice areas are ranked by placement in “bands,” with Band 1 being the highest placement.
The following attorneys were recognized in the Guide in the following markets and practice areas:
|Michael J. Bonner||Nevada||Corporate/Commercial; Gaming & Licensing|
|Mark A. Clayton||Nevada, Nationwide||Gaming & Licensing|
|Martha A. Sabol||Nationwide||Gaming & Licensing|
The firm was ranked in “Band 1,” for the first time, among Nationwide Gaming & Licensing practices. Clayton was placed in “Band 1” of Nationwide Gaming & Licensing lawyers and he was also placed in “Band 1” of Nevada Gaming & Licensing lawyers.
For a complete listing of rankings, client and peer commentary, and editorial summaries by Chambers researches and editors, please click here.
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