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June 2, 2023

Holland & Hart Named Among Nevada Business Magazine's Top Rank Attorneys 2023

Holland & Hart is proud to announce that eight of the firm’s attorneys practicing in Nevada have been named to Nevada Business Magazine’s Top Rank Attorneys 2023. The annual list highlights respected attorneys across the state at the top of their fields in the Nevada legal industry. Attorneys are submitted for inclusion by their peers and vetted through an extensive verification process resulting in being listed as one of the top attorneys in Nevada. The rankings appear in the Nevada Business Magazine’s June 2023 issue.

This year, Matthew Hippler, a commercial litigation partner in the firm’s Reno office, received the top number of votes for the North list and was featured on the cover of the magazine’s June 2023 issue along the with the top vote recipients in the South and Best Up and Coming lists.

The following Holland & Hart attorneys are included in Nevada Business’ Top Rank Attorneys 2023:

Northern Nevada Top Attorneys:

  • Fritz Battcher: Emerging Companies, Mergers & Acquisitions, Securities & Capital Markets
  • Joshua Halen: Business Litigation, Stakeholder Disputes, Appellate
  • Matthew Hippler: Business Litigation, Real Estate Litigation
  • Chris Myers: Corporate, Securities & Capital Markets, Emerging Companies
  • James Newman: Mergers & Acquisitions, Corporate, Securities & Capital Markets

Southern Nevada Top Attorneys:

  • Stephen Davis: Construction & Development
  • Sydney Gambee: Business Litigation, Financial Institutions Law, Healthcare Law
  • Zaniah Jordan: Corporate, Securities & Capital Markets, Emerging Companies

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