Jolley Urga Woodbury & Little

The firm has a widely diversified civil practice with expertise in the areas primarily practiced including: business litigation, real estate and commercial transactions, banking law and litigation, bankruptcy (including representation of trustees, major creditors, and debtors), employment law, construction litigation, gaming law, probate and trust matters, estate planning, real estate and title insurance litigation and personal injury. The Law Firm is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.The firm was founded in 1974 by the association of Gardner Jolley and William Urga. They were joined by Roger Wirth in 1977 and Bruce Woodbury in 1984. Gardner Jolley served as president of the Nevada State Bar from 1985 to 1986, and William Urga served as Gaming Commissioner of the Nevada Gaming Commission from 1991 to 1997. Bruce Woodbury is a former Clark County Commissioner, serving between 1981 and 2008, making him the longest running County Commissioner in state history. Roger Wirth served as the Nevada State Bar Chairman of the Practice, Procedure and Legislature Committee and served on the Executive Committee of the Business Law Section and the Family Law Executive Council. Please visit our website for additional information about the firm and the attorneys.

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