Hostetler Rejoins Lewis Roca
LAS VEGAS – Employment lawyer Jennifer Hostetler has returned to Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP following two years as Chief Deputy Attorney General for the Personnel Division in the Nevada Attorney General’s office.
Hostetler’s practice focuses on the defense of employers in state and federal court against claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, breach of contract, and violation of wage and hour laws.
A member of the firm's Litigation Practice Group, she was with the firm from 2010 to 2015.
“Jennifer has significant experience in employment law and human resource matters. Having served as Chief Deputy Attorney General for the State of Nevada, she offers significant understanding of state and federal employment laws for her clients,” said labor and employment partner Howard Cole.
Hostetler also counsels and advises employers with respect to their employment decisions and practices. She regularly prepares and reviews employment policies, contracts, severance agreements, and handbooks.
In her business litigation practice, Hostetler assists individuals and companies in a broad range of business litigation disputes, including complex business contract and tort disputes. She has experience in all aspects of litigation from drafting initial pleadings and conducting discovery to summary judgment and trial.
The firm’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 Nevada’s exclusive affiliate of the Employment Law Alliance, the world's leading network of labor, employment and immigration lawyers. Alliance members are selected for client service and value, able to support local, national and international businesses.