Employment Law

We counsel companies and government bodies in matters involving their employees. We also represent those companies before the Nevada Equal Rights Commission and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as well as all levels of state and federal court litigation. Our lawyers are quite skilled in this area of the law and have achieved great success. Some of our notable cases are:

  1. Koepke v. Clark County School District, Case No.: CV-s-03-1373 JCM-RJJ before the Federal District Court in Las Vegas, Nevada. We represented the Defendant in this case where the Plaintiff claimed that the school district was liable to the Plaintiff because she was raped by a teacher inside a classroom just after school finished for the day. The federal district court ruled in our client’s favor.
  2. Nowak et al vs. Clark County, Case No’s: CV-02-00709, CV 02-01430, CV 04-01314 before the Federal District Court in Las Vegas, Nevada and case number 06-16166 before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. We represented the Defendant in these consolidated cases where the Plaintiffs, who were policemen, claimed that Clark County violated their rights by allegedly covertly videotaping their police locker rooms. Both the lower court as well as the Court of Appeals ruled in our client’s favor.
  3. Cotton v. Clark County, Case No.: CVS-98-01245-JLQ before the Federal District Court in Las Vegas, Nevada and case cite 17 Fed. Appx. 659 (9th Cir. 2001) before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. We represented the Defendant in a claim by the Plaintiff who was the Director of the Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Office of Clark County. The Plaintiff claimed race and age discrimination, retaliation, disparate treatment discrimination, hostile work environment and violation of 42 USC Sections 1983 and 1981. Both the lower court as well as the Court of Appeals ruled in our client’s favor.
  4. Clark vs. Clark County Water Reclamation District, Case No.: 2:04-cv-903. We represented the Defendant in a claim by its employee claiming that the failure to promote him was in violation of Title VII for race discrimination and violation of 42 USC Section 1983 for 14th Amendment Property/Due Process & Equal Protection violations. The lower court ruled in our client’s favor.

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