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Labor & Employment — Nevada


Jackson Lewis P.C. - Labor & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Preeminent labor and employment practice housing experienced attorneys retained by high-profile hotel and hospitality clients in a range of employment litigation. Noted for its expert handling of collective bargaining negotiations and wage and hour disputes. Also provides counseling to clients in corporate campaigns, representation elections and collective bargaining negotiations and strikes.

Notable practitioners

Gary Moss has a focus on traditional labor law, including collective bargaining. Sources note that "he has been around for a very long time and he is very seasoned when it comes to labor and employment law in the state."

Elayna Youchah takes on a range of wage and hour disputes, class actions and issues surrounding leave, disability and health management.

Paul Trimmer works regularly with clients in the gaming, transportation and hospitality industries, with a focus on traditional labor matters. His employment practice includes advising on restrictive covenants, discrimination and wage and hour disputes.

About the Team (content provided by Jackson Lewis P.C.)

Jackson Lewis P.C. is a law firm with more than 850 attorneys in major cities nationwide serving clients across a wide range of practices and industries. Having built its reputation on providing premier workplace law representation to management, the firm has grown to include leading practices in the areas of government relations, healthcare and sports law. The firm’s commitment to client service, depth of expertise and innovation draws clients to Jackson Lewis for excellent value-driven legal advice.


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Kamer Zucker Abbott - Labor & Employment Department

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What the team is known for Longstanding Las Vegas boutique firm representing management bodies in a range of labor and employment matters, with significant strengths in employee discrimination and unfair labor practices. An exceptionally strong bench of expert advisers across a variety of industries, including gaming, hospitality and transportation. Continues to offer expertise in traditional labor matters and is active before the NLRB. Notable expertise in acting for government bodies and retail companies.

Work highlights Represented InSync Show Production Services in a $3 million labor arbitration matter involving a contract interpretation grievance filed by a local union.

Successfully defended the Las Vegas-Clark County Library district against a $300,000 civil rights complaint.

Notable practitioners

Gregory Kamer has a great deal of expertise in handling collective bargaining agreements for clients in the gaming industry. Sources say: "He is a top lawyer."

Scott Abbott's practice has a particular concentration on medical leave and disability cases.

Carol Zucker focuses on representing management-side clients in labor disputes. She is a highly experienced attorney and is noted for her expertise in employment litigation defense and union avoidance matters.

Rising star Edwin Keller's employment and labor practice is gaining increased recognition from the market. His practice sees him representing a range of employers in arbitration and litigation.

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Fisher Phillips - Labor & Employment Department

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What the team is known for Dedicated labor and employment practitioners entrusted with complex mandates by local governmental employers as well as large gaming and hospitality clients. Well versed in public sector arbitration proceedings related to contract disputes and union organizing, as well as collective bargaining matters. Regularly represents clients before the state and federal courts in suits involving harassment, discrimination and constitutional claims.

Notable practitioners

Mark Ricciardi handles a broad range of employment litigation cases, including age, sex and racial discrimination, as well as unfair labor practice disputes. Sources describe him as "very personable and very well regarded."

Scott Mahoney is noted for his skill as an employment trial lawyer, also handling contract negotiations. His experience includes harassment and discrimination cases.

About the Team (content provided by Fisher Phillips)

Fisher Phillips attorneys are ready to help you take a stand: in court, with employees and unions, or with competitors. Fisher Phillips has the experience and resolve to back you up. That’s why some of the savviest employers come to the firm to handle their toughest labor and employment cases.

The firm has more than 350 attorneys in 33 offices. In addition to Las Vegas, the offices are in Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbia, Columbus, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Gulfport, Houston, Irvine, Kansas City, Denver, Los Angeles, Louisville, Memphis, New Jersey, New Orleans, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Tampa, and Washington, D.C.

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Littler Mendelson, PC - Labor & Employment Department

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What the team is known for Highly regarded national practice utilizing strong cross-border capabilities on the full range of class action defense, particularly in wage and hour and discrimination matters. Frequently advises clients on sensitive labor and employment trial and arbitration proceedings, as well as union negotiations. Represents employers in OSHA, employee benefits and unfair labor litigation.

Strengths A satisfied client says: "I would rate their performance as excellent. I have found them to be very responsive. They are very efficient and very pragmatic, which is why I chose them."

Notable practitioners

Patrick Hicks regularly represents his clients in employment litigation related to breach of contract, sexual harassment and wrongful termination disputes. A client notes that he "takes into account our specific needs. He is a very good employment litigator and client manager."

Wendy Krincek specializes in employment litigation, including wage and hour disputes and discrimination matters, and appears in front of both courts and government commissions. "I really respect her tremendously," says a source.

About the Team (content provided by Littler Mendelson, PC)

Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice, representing management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serving as a single-source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for more than 75 years. Littler Global is the collective trade name for an international legal practice, the practicing member entities of which are separate and distinct professional firms. For more information visit littler.com.


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Littler Mendelson, PC

From the Chambers USA guide

Patrick Hicks regularly represents his clients in employment litigation related to breach of contract, sexual harassment and wrongful termination disputes. A client notes that he "takes into account our specific needs. He is a very good employment litigator and client manager."

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Kamer Zucker Abbott

From the Chambers USA guide

Gregory Kamer has a great deal of expertise in handling collective bargaining agreements for clients in the gaming industry. Sources say: "He is a top lawyer."

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Jackson Lewis P.C.

From the Chambers USA guide

Gary Moss has a focus on traditional labor law, including collective bargaining. Sources note that "he has been around for a very long time and he is very seasoned when it comes to labor and employment law in the state."

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Fisher Phillips

From the Chambers USA guide

Mark Ricciardi handles a broad range of employment litigation cases, including age, sex and racial discrimination, as well as unfair labor practice disputes. Sources describe him as "very personable and very well regarded."

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Jackson Lewis P.C.

From the Chambers USA guide

Elayna Youchah takes on a range of wage and hour disputes, class actions and issues surrounding leave, disability and health management.

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Kamer Zucker Abbott

From the Chambers USA guide

Scott Abbott's practice has a particular concentration on medical leave and disability cases.

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Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Howard Cole of Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP is well versed in collective bargaining agreements and unfair labor practice. He earns praise from market sources, who say: "He's very solid on traditional labor and on employment law. He's a very nice individual and a gentleman in every respect."

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Hartwell Thalacker

From the Chambers USA guide

Laura Thalacker of Hartwell Thalacker is praised by market observers who deem her "smart and talented lawyer." She often represents her clients before the EEOC and the US Department of Labor, also advising employers on compliance.

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Littler Mendelson, PC

From the Chambers USA guide

Wendy Krincek specializes in employment litigation, including wage and hour disputes and discrimination matters, and appears in front of both courts and government commissions. "I really respect her tremendously," says a source.

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Fisher Phillips

From the Chambers USA guide

Scott Mahoney is noted for his skill as an employment trial lawyer, also handling contract negotiations. His experience includes harassment and discrimination cases.

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Jackson Lewis P.C.

From the Chambers USA guide

Paul Trimmer works regularly with clients in the gaming, transportation and hospitality industries, with a focus on traditional labor matters. His employment practice includes advising on restrictive covenants, discrimination and wage and hour disputes.

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Kamer Zucker Abbott

From the Chambers USA guide

Carol Zucker focuses on representing management-side clients in labor disputes. She is a highly experienced attorney and is noted for her expertise in employment litigation defense and union avoidance matters.

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Up and Coming

Kamer Zucker Abbott

From the Chambers USA guide

Rising star Edwin Keller's employment and labor practice is gaining increased recognition from the market. His practice sees him representing a range of employers in arbitration and litigation.

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