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Cole Named One of Nation's Top 20  Labor Lawyers

Honors & Recognitions

LAS VEGAS – Labor and employment lawyer Howard Cole of Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP was named one of the top 20 labor lawyers in America in the current issue of Human Resource Executive magazine.

Recognition in the magazine’s annual “Nation’s Most Powerful Employment Attorneys” issue is based on editorial research covering clients, cases, leadership, affiliations and other accomplishments.

Cole has more than 30 years of experience specializing in labor and employment law and commercial litigation. His practice is limited to exclusive representation of employers in the private and public sectors, including gaming, healthcare, public agencies, construction companies and dozens of other industries.

He is the Southern Nevada affiliate of the Employment Law Alliance, the world's leading network of labor, employment and immigration lawyers. ELA lawyers are evaluated on client service and value, with alliance members able to support local, national and international businesses.

Cole was also noted for labor and employment law in the Chambers USA 2017 guide to leading lawyers in the United States, recognized by Best Lawyers in America as the Management Lawyer of the Year for 2016 in Las Vegas and named one of America’s most powerful labor lawyers in Human Resource Executive magazine in 2016. 

Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie’s labor and employment lawyers represent employers in employment litigation and arbitration, administrative proceedings, collective bargaining and as counsel across the full range of the human resources spectrum. 

Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie is the exclusive ELA-affiliated law firm for the entire state of Nevada. The firm’s Reno office serves Northern Nevada clients.

The Nation’s Most Powerful Attorneys list is compiled annually by Human Resource Executive magazine and Lawdragon, a legal media company.



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