KZA Again Ranked Top Tier Nevada Labor & Employment Law Firm!
June 1, 2023
Kamer Zucker Abbott (KZA) is proud to announce its selection as the top tier labor and employment law firm in Nevada by Chambers & Partners in its 2023 Chambers USA Guide. For the last 21 years, KZA has consistently been rated in Chambers’ “Band 1” for Nevada labor and employment law firms. This year, KZA stands alone in Band 1.
Chambers describes KZA as having an “exceptionally strong bench of expert advisers across a variety of industries, including gaming, hospitality and transportation.” Chambers explains that KZA has “significant strengths in employee discrimination, collective bargaining and unfair labor practices,” “[c]ontinues to offer expertise in traditional labor matters,” “is active before the NLRB,” and has “expertise in acting for government bodies and retail companies.”
Additionally, three of KZA’s partners have been individually recognized and ranked as leading attorneys by Chambers in Nevada’s labor and employment market – Gregory J. Kamer, Scott M. Abbott, and Edwin A. Keller. Gregg Kamer has the distinction of again being the only attorney ranked in Band 1 for Nevada’s labor and employment lawyers!
Scott Abbott, ranked in Band 2, is described as “a pleasure to work with.” Additionally: “Scott is always available and I always feel like I’m a priority. I also appreciate his vast knowledge of what is going on not just in Nevada but also in the Ninth Circuit.”
Eddie Keller, ranked in Band 3, is described as “very reliable and responsive,” with an “encyclopedic knowledge.” Additionally: “Edwin is great to work with, friendly and professional. He is always available and I can reach out to him any time.”
KZA is very honored by this continued recognition. We are grateful to all those who took the time to participate in Chambers’ interview process. We look forward to continuing to provide high-quality legal advice, solutions and representation to all our valued clients.
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