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Alysa Keller

Real Estate, Energy, Administrative Law, Natural Resources

Alysa Keller is a member of the firm's Environmental, Energy and Natural Resources department, where she practices primarily in the areas of water law... (more)

Earl M. Hill

Administrative Law, Minerals & Mining, Water

Earl Hill is Of Counsel in the Environmental, Energy and Natural Resources department and practices in the natural resources, mining law and public la... (more)

Frank Cassas

Construction, Dispute Resolution, Real Estate, Litigation

Frank Cassas is engaged in a general commercial litigation practice including construction claims and disputes, employment law and real estate dispute... (more)

John R. Zimmerman

Energy, Administrative Law, Natural Resources

John R. Zimmerman is a member of the Environmental, Energy and Natural Resources department, where he practices primarily in the area of water law.&nb... (more)

Karl Y. Olsen

Housing & Construction Defects, Construction, Insurance, Products Liability

Karl Olsen is a member of the Litigation department of the firm, where he practices primarily in commercial litigation and personal injury.  By m... (more)

Robert W. DeLong

Litigation, Lawsuit & Dispute

Robert DeLong is a member of the firm's Litigation department and concentrates his practice on commercial litigation. Robert graduated with a J.D. deg... (more)

Ashley C. Nikkel

Real Estate, Lawsuit, State and Local, Employee Rights

Earl McColl Hill

Minerals & Mining, Water, Business & Trade, Administrative Law

Frank Cassas

Construction, Real Estate, Litigation, Dispute Resolution

Gregory H. Morrison

Natural Resources, Environmental Law, Administrative Law, Medical Malpractice

Jim B. Butler

Social Security, Government, Environmental Law

Jim B. Butler

Government Agencies, Election & Political, Natural Resources, Environmental Law

Jim Butler is a shareholder in the Environmental, Energy and Natural Resources department and practices in the natural resources and environmental are... (more)

Karl Y. Olsen

Real Estate, Lawsuit & Dispute, Business & Trade, Accident & Injury

Michael R. Kealy

Eminent Domain, Corporate, Business Organization, Antitrust

Michael Kealy is a shareholder in the Litigation department of the firm, and devotes his practice primarily to commercial litigation and personal inju... (more)

Michael R. Kealy

Lawsuit & Dispute, Environmental Law, Business, Accident & Injury

Rew R. Goodenow

Election & Political, Business Organization, Banking & Finance, International

Rew R. Goodenow serves as legal counsel to businesses in all phases of their development and operations, from start-up to market leader. He is the imm... (more)

Rew Robert Goodenow

Tax, Business & Trade, Business

Robert W. Marshall

Energy, Natural Resources, Environmental Law, Administrative Law

Robert Marshall joined the firm in 2006 as of counsel with the acquisition of Marshall Hill Cassas & de Lipkau, a firm he co-founded in 1994. Mr. Mars... (more)

Corporate, Securities, Antitrust, Asbestos & Mesothelioma, Government Contract, Energy, Science, Technology & Internet, Trademark, Bankruptcy, Merger & Acquisition, Intellectual Property, White Collar Crime, Business Organization, Election & Political, Products Liability, Collection, Labor Law, Dispute Resolution, Immigration, Estate Planning, Employment, Real Estate, Leisure, Mental Health, Natural Resources, Litigation, Environmental Law, Insurance, Personal Injury

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Criminal, Car Accident, DUI-DWI

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Personal Injury, Bankruptcy & Debt, Wills & Probate, Consumer Rights

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Felony, Misdemeanor, Personal Injury, Car Accident, Workers' Compensation

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Accident & Injury, Car Accident, Estate

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Bankruptcy & Debt

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Parsons Behle & Latimer
50 West Liberty Street,Suite 750
Reno, NV 89501
39.528492,-119.804313

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50 West Liberty Street,Suite 750
Reno, NV 89501

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