Richard Dreitzer works out of our Las Vegas office in the business litigation practice group, where he focuses primarily in the areas of labor and employment law, administrative law, and general commercial litigation, including construction. With more than two decades of experience as a business litigator, he has guided a broad range of clients through traditional labor matters such as Title VII defense, ERISA claims, wage and hour disputes, OSHA proceedings, collective bargaining, and representation of employers before the National Labor Relations Board.
In the construction and real estate litigation arena, Richard represents clients in construction law matters, serving as lead counsel on behalf of general contractors, subcontractors and materials suppliers in litigation involving public and private projects in both state and federal courts. Formerly a deputy attorney general in Nevada, he also maintains an administrative law practice and has prosecuted regulatory infractions by professional licensees and served as board counsel during hearings and in appellate proceedings before the Nevada district courts and the Nevada Supreme Court.
Beginning in 1996 with a clerkship in Las Vegas, today Richard is a fixture in the Nevada legal community, and he thoroughly enjoys the mental challenges of working at a large law firm on complex litigation matters with a dynamic team of business litigation attorneys. He views his work like looking at a puzzle — seeking new approaches to solving problems, which may be unseen at first glance.
Rich was elected to the State Bar of Nevada board of directors in 2013 and is a proud liaison to the state board of continuing education. He also serves as the vice chair of Nevada Public Radio, KNPR.