What Every Business Should Know. By Emilee Sutton On December 7, 2017, the Nevada Supreme Court issued a decision settling a previously unanswered question under Nevada law that directly impacts Nevada employers; namely, whether employees have a private right of action against their employers to recover unpaid wages under Chapter 608 of the Nevada Revised […] Continue Reading
Law Firm of Allison MacKenzie
Who We Are
The law firm of Allison MacKenzie has served a variety of clients on a local, statewide and national level for many years. Founded out of the firm known as Laxalt, Berry & Allison, the firm’s original roots go back over 50 years. Through our team of 16 attorneys, our firm serves a large number of clients without sacrificing the personal relationship of attorney and client. Our general practices are complimented by attorneys with specific areas of legal expertise.
Our attorneys take a practical approach to each situation. With a commitment to client service, we work collaboratively with one another to provide our clients with the most comprehensive solutions. It is our practice to ensure access to the talents of every member of the firm to solve a problem. To check out the Allison MacKenzie team, please click here.
Allison MacKenzie is a traditional, business-oriented firm with substantial involvement in both local and state government in addition to the general practice needs of our clients. We provide our clients with a diversity of legal experience. Our clients include substantial corporate firms, insurance companies, gaming establishments, major project developers, public utilities, regulatory agencies and individuals. Though our office is in Carson City, our work spans the Silver State.
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What They Are and How They Are Enforced! by Jennifer McMenomy In general, when parties enter into a contract, they do not contemplate potential legal disputes arising in the future. However, it is important for parties to outline how they will handle a contractual dispute if one does occur. Including an arbitration clause in a […] Continue Reading