Kamer Zucker Abbott Named Top Labor & Employment Law Firm In Nevada - AGAIN!

Volume 9, Issue 4
June 16, 2010

KZA is honored to have once again been selected as the premier labor and employment law firm in Nevada by Chambers and Partners in its 2010 Client Guide for America's Leading Lawyers for Business.

In rating KZA as the only firm in "Band 1," Chambers explains the firm is "praised for its expertise in the gaming, hospitality and entertainment sectors." Chambers' sources report that KZA provides "'[a] high quality of service at all levels'" and that "'the partners and associates are knowledgeable, responsive and do a great job for their clients.'"

Chambers highlighted partners Gregory Kamer, Scott Abbott, Carol Zucker, and Eddie Keller, explaining that Gregg "wins client praise as 'one of the most knowledgeable labor lawyers there is, and excellent on his feet,'" while Scott "wins praise for his 'tenacity and attention to detail,'" and Carol is described as "an accomplished and skilled employment lawyer." Chambers also rated Senior Associate Bryan Cohen as the Nevada "associate to watch," explaining that he is "highly rated for his analytical approach to labor relations and employment matters."

Chambers and Partners ranks attorneys and law firms worldwide by using an extensive research process which includes interviews with both attorneys and businesses. Quotations "sum-up the prevailing opinion in the market."

For the last eight years, KZA has been consistently rated in Chamber's "Band 1" for Nevada's labor and employment law firms, and for the majority of those years, KZA has proudly stood alone in that category. We are honored and humbled at this recognition. We express our appreciation to Chambers and those surveyed and look forward to continuing to provide high-quality legal services to our clients.

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