KZA and Partners Named Top Las Vegas Labor & Employment Lawyers

Volume 6, Issue 6
September 18, 2007

Referencing reviews of KZA as "Home to some wonderful employment lawyers," America's Leading Business Lawyers: The Client Guide for 2007, published by Chambers and Partners, has once again ranked KZA as one of the top two Nevada Labor & Employment law firms and lists KZA as the highest-rated boutique firm in this area of the law.

Chambers also listed praise for four of KZA's partners:

  • Gregory Kamer. Rated in the #1 Band, Chambers notes clients' descriptions of Gregg as a "brilliant labor lawyer."
  • Carol Davis Zucker, also rated in the #1 Band, garnered praise as an "excellent employment litigator" and for her efforts in counseling corporations on their policies and procedures.
  • Scott Abbott received praise for his work advising Nevada's employers on policies and procedures and preventive strategies.
  • Edwin Keller has been listed once again as an "Up and Coming" lawyer who, with his already-flourishing practice, "will develop into an excellent senior labor lawyer."

London-based Chambers and Partners, which publishes the Chambers USA Legal Guide, ranks law firms and lawyers worldwide, and has become largely accepted as the standard for legal distinction. Its researchers rank firms and lawyers based upon interviews with both attorneys and businesses, interviewing over 14,000 individuals for the USA rankings. Quotations "sum-up the prevailing opinion in the market."

All of KZA's lawyers are pleased and humbled to have been recognized by Chambers, express their appreciation to Chambers and those surveyed, and look forward to continuing to provide high-quality legal services to our clients.

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