Robert Stocker PLLC is a local, national and international practice handling business, gaming and regulatory law. Mr. Stocker is an adjunct professor at the Thomas Cooley Law School. He teaches courses in business planning, business organizations and gaming law; he also teaches a Masters of Law course in alternative insurance programs, focusing on captive insurance companies and self-insurance.
Mr. Stocker has been recognized by his peers for his legal talents in Chambers Global, Chambers USA, Best Lawyers in American and Michigan Superlawyers. Contact him today for help with business and gaming law in East Lansing, MI.
Robert Stocker is a founding member and past president of the International Masters of Gaming Law, and a past chair of the Gaming Law Committee of the American Bar Association. He's chaired the annual Gaming Law Minefield educational conference of the American Bar Association for more than 10 years.
Stocker is editor and co-author of "The Michigan Gaming Law Legal Resource Book," co-author of Chapter 25 of "Collier's Guide to Chapter 11 Bankruptcy," entitled "Chapter 11 Cases Involving Casino Businesses," and co-author of law review articles entitled "Gambling with Bankruptcy: Navigating a Casino Through Chapter 11 Proceedings" and "Remedying the Lose-Lose Game of Compulsive Gambling: Voluntary Exclusions, Mandatory Exclusions or an Alternative Method?"
Mr. Stocker wrote booklets on the formation of captive insurance companies and general business issues. He has extensive experience in business formation, ongoing operation of businesses, mergers and acquisitions. He's spoken at numerous conferences and educational programs on business, gaming and alternative insurance programs.
Learn more about his experience in business and gaming law by contacting the office of Robert Stocker PLLC today.