A. J. “Bud” Hicks Receives Prestigious “Senior Statesman” Recognition in Chambers USA

McDonald Carano congratulates Bud Hicks on receiving the prestigious “Senior Statesman” recognition in Gaming & Licensing Law in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2023, the legal profession’s highly respected guide for helping businesses select outside counsel. Bud has been ranked in Chambers for over 20 years in Gaming & Licensing Law/Nevada. Chambers’ ranking process includes confidential surveys and interviews with clients to assess “legal ability, client service, commercial astuteness, professional conduct, diligence, and commitment.” Clients describe Bud to Chambers researchers as:

  • “Bud is very knowledgeable about everything.”
  • “He is the be all and end all of gaming law.” 
  • “He is well known for his longstanding practice in the gaming space.” 
  • “Bud is an incredible Lawyer.”

Bud’s additional accolades include Martindale-Hubbell’s AV Preeminent Peer Review rating, Mountain States Super Lawyers magazine’s Super Lawyer, and The Best Lawyers in America in Gaming Law, Administrative & Regulatory Law, and Business Organizations – including three Lawyer of the Year awards in Gaming Law. We congratulate Bud on his numerous recognitions.


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