LAS VEGAS – Gaming law attorney Tony Cabot of Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP earned Star Individual ranking in the new edition of Chambers Global, which identifies and ranks law firms and lawyers in more than 180 jurisdictions throughout the world.
Cabot is the only American gaming law attorney, and one of three individuals worldwide, to achieve the Star ranking in Chambers Global 2017. Chambers Global rankings are based on in-depth interviews with peers and clients to assess the reputations and experience of business lawyers.
Covering the entire gaming spectrum, Cabot’s domestic and international clients include casino owners, game manufacturers, developers, Internet gambling sites, and companies that run contests and sweepstakes. He provides legal counseling related to all types of games, encompassing online games, casual games and complex skill-based games.
The Chambers summary of Cabot’s ranking notes, “Based in the Las Vegas office of Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, Cabot commands a formidable reputation for international gaming and gambling work. Peers highlight his contribution to the development of gaming and gambling legislation in the USA.”
The summary continues, “Tony Cabot has written the entire library of gaming legislation in the U.S. and just has an incredible résumé.” His client list includes major gaming equipment suppliers and online gaming businesses. Peers describe him as “pre-eminent in the online sector” and “a great gentleman and great person, further to a great practitioner.”