Bonnie was a partner at one of Reno's largest law firms prior to becoming a small... more
Bonnie was a partner at one of Reno's largest law firms prior to becoming a small business owner and serial entrepreneur herself. She practices in the areas of business and corporate law, employment law, and intellectual property law, and her firm prides itself in servicing its clients with excellent customer service and straight-forward communication. Drinkwater Law Offices’ attorneys and sta... view profile
Phil is a 2008 graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem,... more
Phil is a 2008 graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. At Wake Forest, Phil was a Deans scholarship recipient, an active participant in many trial advocacy and moot court competitions, and a member of the Joseph Branch Inn of Court. During law school, Phil had the opportunity to work at a boutique litigation firm in Buffalo, New York and a medium-sized... view profile
My primary areas of practice are Personal Injury, Employment Discrimination,... more
My primary areas of practice are Personal Injury, Employment Discrimination, Criminal Defense, Contracts, Wills & Trsuts and Real Estate.My belief is as an advocate my primary duty is to listen. As a young adult, I, a published playwright, had a passion for writing which I actively integrates in the practice of law. Over the years, I have developed a keen awareness of legal writing and its stro... view profile
Mr. Moore is admitted to practice in the State and Federal Bars of Nevada and... more
Mr. Moore is admitted to practice in the State and Federal Bars of Nevada and California. He received his B.A. in History from Brigham Young University in 2000 and his J.D. from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 2003. Mr. Moore's practice focuses on Complex Civil Litigation, Mechanic's Lien Foreclosure, and Construction Contract Disputes.
Employment attorneys focus on the many laws concerning the relationship between employers and employees. If you feel your employer has treated you wrongly as an employee, or if you're an employer who needs to terminate an unsatisfactory employee, you may benefit from the services of an employment attorney. Some professionals, such as teachers, policemen, and pilots, belong to labor unions, which have specific negotiation and labor law procedures that protect union members. A labor attorney will know which laws apply to your particular situation and how you can take advantage of the laws to protect your rights.