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Kamer Zucker Abbott Again Ranked Top Nevada Labor and Employment Law Firm

Volume 13, Issue 8
June 5, 2014

Kamer Zucker Abbott (KZA) is proud to announce its selection as the highest ranked labor and employment law firm in Nevada by Chambers & Partners in its 2014 Client's Guide for America's Leading Lawyers for Business.

KZA is extremely honored that it has - for the fifth consecutive year - been rated by Chambers as the only law firm in "Band 1." Chambers describes KZA as a leading local labor and employment boutique practice "much sought after for its expertise in employment disputes." According to our clients, KZA "has consistently provided top-level service in the areas of employee relations, labor relations and negotiations, and litigation." Other clients comment that the firm is "obviously fantastic and well respected."

Chambers also highlighted several key individuals at KZA, including Gregory Kamer, Scott Abbott, Carol Zucker and Bryan Cohen. In particular, Founding Partner Gregory Kamer was praised for being "incredibly skilled" and "fantastic in traditional labor [law]." Clients lauded Managing Partner Scott Abbott as "meticulous and thorough" and "extremely knowledgeable." Partner Carol Zucker was recognized for her litigation skills, with clients describing her as "an excellent lawyer" and "outstanding in litigation." Senior associate Bryan Cohen was identified as an "associate to watch" and hailed for his expertise in traditional labor matters.

For the last 12 years, KZA has been consistently rated in Chambers' "Band 1" for Nevada labor and employment law firms, and for the majority of those years, KZA has proudly stood alone in that top category.

The attorneys of KZA are once again humbled by this recognition and remain committed to providing high-quality legal advice, solutions and representation to all of our valued clients. We are grateful to all those who took the time out of their busy schedules to participate in Chambers' comprehensive interview process.

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