Volume 8, Issue 9
June 24, 2009
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 2009 Client Guide for America's Leading Lawyers for Business. In its rating, Chambers explains: "This boutique firm remains at the vanguard of labor and employment work in the state. The group builds strong and lasting relationships with companies, and offers hugely popular seminars; clients are unequivocal in their praise, with sources echoing one interviewee's glowing comment that 'I wouldn't choose any other firm.'" Chambers lauded KZA's attorneys as a group of "uniformly outstanding individuals who can quickly get to the heart of the matter." Chambers highlighted partners Gregory Kamer and Scott Abbott as follows: Founding partner Gregory Kamer "has a widely lauded labor practice; sources say that 'his negotiation skills are phenomenal, as is his unsurpassed ability to deal with unions.'" Managing partner Scott Abbott: "This employment litigator is loved by clients for his 'excellent communication skills and business savvy.'" Chambers also praised partner Carol Zucker as a "hardworking and well-respected attorney" and partner Edwin Keller who "moves up the rankings this year." 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." KZA and its attorneys are honored and humbled to have been recognized by Chambers. 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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