Kamer Zucker Abbott is dedicated to the needs of Nevada's businesses. Focusing solely on management -side labor and employment law for over a quarter century, KZA has an unparalleled level of understanding concerning the myriad of workplace issues employers frequently face at both the state and federal level. We are the only Nevada-based firm that exclusively devotes its practice to representing employers in labor and employment law matters. By combining comprehensive knowledge with a focus on personal service and direct representation, we have helped hundreds of clients in the business community reach ideal resolutions to issues including:
- Advice and counseling
- Workplace discrimination, harassment and retaliation
- Wage and hour compliance
- Union campaigns, collective bargaining and arbitration
- Disabilities and job accommodations
- FMLA and other leaves of absence
- Management and employee training
- Handbooks, policies and contracts
Our primary goal is to help our clients stay legally compliant and quickly problem-solve workplace issues as soon as they arise. Such an approach helps employers to avoid costly, protracted legal battles and mitigates against potential liability.
The attorneys of KZA are prepared to assist with issues related to the many state and federal laws governing the workplace, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 1981 of the Civil Rights Act of 1866, Nevada's Revised Statutes on Equal Opportunities for Employment (NRS 613.310 et seq.), the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Fair Labor Standards Act, Nevada's Revised Statutes on Compensation, Wages, and Hours (NRS 608.005 et seq.) the National Labor Relations Act, Nevada's Local Government Employee-Management Relations Act (NRS 288.010 et seq.) and the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act.
For more information, please view the firm's knowledge center to learn about publications and case decisions and the KZA Employer Report, our exclusive electronic newsletter on recent legal developments.
To schedule an initial consultation to discuss a labor or employment issue with one of KZA's attorneys, please call 702-259-8640 or email the firm.