06/03/2021

Holland & Hart Attorneys Named Among 2021 Nevada Legal Elite

Holland & Hart is proud to announce that 13 of the firm’s attorneys practicing in Nevada have been named to Nevada Business Magazine’s 2021 Legal Elite. Now in its fourteenth year, the Legal Elite is an annual list that includes only the top 3% of attorneys in the state by location, chosen for their work and dedication to the legal field by their peers, and vetted through an extensive verification process for being one of the “top” attorneys in Nevada. In 2021, several thousand nominations were submitted.

The following Holland & Hart attorneys are included in Nevada’s Legal Elite 2021:

Northern Nevada Top Attorneys:

Name Practice Emphasis
Douglas Flowers Real Estate Development, Finance, Banking & Financial Services
David Garcia Corporate, Emerging Growth, Mergers & Acquisitions
Matthew Hippler Commercial Litigation
Dora Lane Labor and Employment, Employment Litigation
Timothy Lukas Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors' Rights, Distressed Assets
James Newman Corporate, Capital Markets, Mergers & Acquisitions

Southern Nevada Top Attorneys:

Name Practice Emphasis
Lars Evensen Bankruptcy, Construction,  Commercial Litigation
Sydney Gambee Banking Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Healthcare Law
J. Stephen Peek Commercial Litigation, Banking Litigation, Securities Litigation
Joseph Went Commercial Litigation, Bankruptcy, Distressed Assets

Best Up & Coming Attorneys:

Name Practice Emphasis
Joshua Halen Commercial Litigation, Appellate, Religious Institutions & First Amendment
Jenapher Lin Commercial Litigation, Insurance Coverage, Risk Management
Amber Lunn Project Development, Construction, Real Estate Development & Finance

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