Ben J. Bingham, Esq.

Benson & Bingham Accident Injury Lawyers, LLC is a small firm dedicated to our clients. We have made the decision to maintain our intimate size so clients receive the attention they deserve. From the time a personal injury client walks into our office they recognise “the difference.” As attorneys we personally meet with each and every client to address their needs. In many cases we have staff member sit in on the initial consultation so our staff is properly informed of potential issues. We do not simply allow clients to meet with case managers. While we typically sign up between 700 to 800 cases each year, we are not a volume firm. We have taken the oath to seek justice for each client individually. No law firm treats their clients better than Benson & Bingham Accident Injury Lawyers, LLC.

Why did you become an attorney?

From a young age the thought of becoming an advocate always appealed to me. The mere idea of having a profession, the education, and the ability to appear in court to present an argument lured me in. Upon turning 16 and obtaining a drivers license, I obtained employment as a runner at a law office. I maintained the same employment until the end of my college days at UNLV. Gaining experience from the attorneys and familiarising myself with the court house. The influences I received throughout that opportunity sealed the deal. After college it was straight to law school. The practice of law presents challenges on a daily bases far from the mundane 9-5. Frankly, my personality is incapable of a day to day desk job without lashing out. The constant argument with insurance adjusters and defence attorneys over liability issues and medical records, fighting for what’s right, suits me well.

J. Stephen Peek

Stephen Peek concentrates his practice on commercial and business litigation, with a special focus on clients within the gaming, corporate, and financial industries. He is not afraid of the courtroom – representing clients in more than 40 jury trials.

Nearly 45 years of practice: Stephen uses the experience gained in nearly 45 years of practice to guide public and private companies of all kinds through the intricacies of high-profile lawsuits – from shareholder derivative suits to wrongful termination claims.

A wide range of clients: Stephen’s clients include national, regional, and local companies – including hotel-casinos; gaming manufacturers; developers and contractors; and financial institutions.

Practice:

We strive to lead our profession by giving the highest level of service and loyalty to our clients and by forging a team—lawyers, paralegals, staff, and other professionals—whose work is infused with our values.

Joe Holland and Steve Hart were highly trained lawyers who just so happened to also be Rocky Mountain climbers. 70 years ago, they came together to build a firm. Their philosophy was simple: keep going up, and if you get stuck, there is always another route to the top. This is where the spirit of the firm’s pioneering and innovation began.

We Value:

– INTEGRITY
– EXCELLENCE
– INNOVATION
– TEAMWORK

Anthony N. Cabot

Tony is a partner in the Gaming Law group. He helps clients in the areas of gaming law, Internet gambling, sweepstakes and contests. In 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2013, Chambers Global awarded him the coveted “star” rating – the highest honor given to an individual attorney in a specific practice area. ‎ In 2013, Chambers USA also awarded him the “star” rating.

Tony writes prolifically on the subject of gaming law. Most recently, he co-authored “The Law of Gambling and Regulated Gaming: Cases and Materials,” a 700+-page tome that is the most comprehensive resource available on gaming law. He has also published a series of educational booklets for his clients and other professionals in the industry.

Covering the entire gaming spectrum, Tony’s clients include casino owners, game manufacturers, developers, Internet gambling sites, and companies that run contests and sweepstakes. Tony provides legal counseling related to all types of games, encompassing online games, casual games and complex skill-based games.

Education:

J.D., William Pedrick Scholar
cum laude, Arizona State University – Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, 1981
B.A., summa cum laude, Cleveland State University, 1978

Bar Admissions:

Nevada, 1982
Arizona, 1981

Practice:

Lewis Roca Rothgerber’s gaming practice group is a national practice that supports casino operators, suppliers, state and local governments, communities, businesses, non-profit organizations, tribal governments and others in addressing casino gaming law including Native American and riverboat casinos, racinos, interactive and mobile gaming, poker, and interstate horse racing.

The practice of gaming law is increasingly eclectic as legal gaming continues to proliferate across the United States and the world. Gaming trends have included riverboat casinos, Native American casinos, Internet gaming, and racinos. The gaming lawyers at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie have been at the forefront of all the major gaming trends for the past quarter century. The group represents numerous casino operators and Indian gaming groups, as well as gaming equipment suppliers, investors, investment banks and various companies doing business with the gaming industry. We closely monitor activity in this unique industry in order to provide our clients with appropriate and timely advice.

Each gaming jurisdiction has unique regulatory requirements. Our attorneys successfully navigate clients through the complex maze of gaming regulations by combining a full understanding of client needs, knowledge of the legislative branch, and extensive experience in gaming regulation. Through our networks of gaming contacts, we assist clients in maximizing their opportunities.