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Kristina Sue Holman

Sexual harassment Attorney at Las Vegas, NV

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Our entire staff is dedicated to helping clients with their legal matters regarding: Employment Law, Wrongful Termination, Employment Discrimination, Harassment Family and Medical Leave Act

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Licensed for 33 years
State NV
Status Active
Acquired 1989
Updated 12/11/2022

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Holman Law Office
3470 E. Russell Road, Sutie 202
Las Vegas, NV, 89120

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Posted by Jacque | April 19, 2019
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| Hired Attorney
Hard-Working, Dedicated Attorney Who Actually Listened to My Concerns and Resolved My Issued with Former Employer
I hired Ms. Holman to handle settlement negotiations for a discrimination/retaliation matter against my former employer, who even when shown several different forms of actual evidence to prove my claims, refused to accept responsibility or culpability. Because my former employer is a national firm with many resources, they insisted that I settle my claims with them or take them to court. Knowing that most people don't have the financial resources to out lawyer or out finance them, it was clear that they had mastered the art of strong-arming abused and bullied employees into settling for a token amount in order to get them off the hook. Despite my claim of discrimination and retaliation, or the sheer number of prior employees who suffered the same fate, the unfair and damaging treatment of all employees is of absolutely no concern to this firm, and they refuse to fairly investigate the facts. Therefore, administrators or managers are not held accountable for their actions, and they will stop at nothing in order to cover up their behavior (including false accusations with no supporting documentation or modifying/altering employee records). After a two year battle, I chose to move on and asked Ms. Holman to work with my former employer to finalize the settlement. I gave her a very short window of time to try to negotiate further with a company whose practice was to throw out a very small number, draft an agreement that protects them only, and then announce that there would be no further negotiations. Another words, take it and like it! Ms. Holman was able to familiarize herself with my case overnight, even though it was somewhat complicated, place a call to my former employer and not only convince them to modify the settlement agreement to protect my interests, but increase my settlement amount. What I appreciated about this attorney that completely impressed me and took some of the pain and frustration away, was that she actually listened to me and my view of the facts of the case. She did not interrupt me with can'ts and costs, or tell me why my claims would fail. She did not treat me as the little guy that she was too important to represent, or use her listening filters to cut me off after a few minutes if she felt my case wasn't lucrative enough for her high standards. I have worked in the legal field for 25 years, but am not familiar with employment law, and have never had a case of my own that required attorney representation. The biggest frustration I have had is that most employment lawyers represent the employers, most don't care about anything but the money, and nearly all don't even bother returning your call. There are no employee advocates or resources preventing big companies or firms from subjecting employees to any type of harassment or unfair labor practice they choose, because they know they won't be held accountable. It is a travesty and huge disservice to the workforce throughout the country. In my view, in addition to the desire to make a lot of money, an attorney should have the desire to help the common man who does not have the knowledge or resources to help himself, and looks to that attorney for advice or protection under the law. The only shining light I found throughout this whole ordeal was Ms. Holman, because she had more than a law degree, listened and understood what was important to me. She had enough empathy and compassion to put herself in my place, and a desire to offer whatever help she could. Most importantly, and with all of that in mind, she found a way to make me feel like I lost the battle, but won the war.
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Posted by anonymous | November 9, 2017
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| Consulted Attorney
Call this one first.
Ms. Holman answered my call promptly and was exceptionally helpful and pleasant. I recommend calling her for any of your employment law needs in Nevada.
Posted by Vincent | June 12, 2017
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| Hired Attorney
A Positive Experience
Under extreme time sensitive conditions, and unlike every other lawyer whom I contacted, Kristina was able to take my call and schedule my consultation for the same day. Immediately, I hired Mrs. Holman to represent me and to bring forth my claims against my former employer. She worked diligently to help me settle my matters in a timely manner and in doing so, showing the utmost compassion and understanding to my situation both from a professional and a personal perspective. Her legal advise guided me in all the right direction, and I could not be any happier for the way my case turned out.
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Posted by anonymous | February 7, 2015
Horrible experience
I spoke to her on the phone a couple of times before going to her office. I paid $250 for the initial consultation, which took about 30 minutes. During that time we were interrupted twice from the landlord showing the office. She was quite rude and had no interest except for my money. That was $250 waste. It would be wise to try someone else. Good luck.
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AVVO RATING 9.9 (Superb)

Work Experience

  • Sole Practioner
  • Holman Law Office
  • 2001 - Present
  • Attorney
  • Kummer Kaempher Bonner & Renshaw
  • 2000 - 2001
  • Sole Practioner
  • Holman Law Office
  • 1994 - 2000
  • Associate
  • Combs & England; England & Associates
  • 1990 - 1994
  • Associate
  • Alverson, Taylor, Mortensen, Nelson & Sanders
  • 1989 - 1990
  • Associate
  • Gartner, Shulman & Erwin, Ltd.
  • 1985 - 1988
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Education

  • Seattle University School of Law
  • Juris Doctor
  • 1984
  • Seattle University
  • BS - Bachelor of Science
  • 1980

Legal Cases

  • Nunez v. Davis, 169 F.3d 1222 (9th Cir 1999) Cert denied
  • favorable

Associations

  • State bar of Nevada, Solo and Small Practice Section
  • Vice Chair
  • 2017 - Present
  • Clark County Bar Association
  • Member
  • 2016 - Present
  • Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys
  • Past President
  • 2008 - Present
  • Nevada Inn of Court
  • Master
  • 1998 - Present
  • National Employment Lawyers Association
  • Member
  • 1996 - Present
  • Nevada State Bar
  • Member
  • 1989 - Present
  • American Association of University Women
  • Member
  • N/A
  • Howard D. McKibben American Inn of Court
  • Master
  • N/A
  • Nevada Disability Advocacy and Law Center
  • Past Board Member
  • 2003 - 2003
  • State Bar of Nevada Disciplinary Panel
  • Member
  • 1997 - 2006
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Languages Spoken

  • English

Awards

  • Distinguished
  • Martindale-Hubbell
  • 2017
  • Top Lawyers in Las Vegas
  • My Vegas Magazine
  • 2016
  • Top Lawyers in Las Vegas
  • My Vegas Magazine
  • 2016
  • Top Lawyers in Las Vegas
  • My Vegas Magazine
  • 2015
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Publications

  • Employment Law Updates
  • Faculty – Unemployment Compensation
  • 2011
  • National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA), Employee Advocate
  • Drafting the Complaint: Strategies to Avoid a Motion to Dismiss
  • 2001
  • National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA), Employee Advocate
  • The Practical Effect of Ellerth and Faragher on Harassment Claims
  • 2001
  • Nevada Trial Lawyers Association
  • AFactors to Weigh When Deciding Whether to Accept a Sexual Harassment Case. Co-Authored with Kathleen J. England, Esq.
  • 1992
  • National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA), Employee Advocate
  • Sexual Harassment Cases: What to Look For. Co-Authored with Kathleen J. England, Esq.
  • 1992
  • Nevada Trial Lawyers Association
  • Factors to Weigh When Deciding Whether to Accept a Sexual Harassment Case
  • 1992
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Speaking Engagements

  • Practical Ethics in Nevada
  • Practicing legal ethics in Nevada: Issues and Answers
  • 2004
  • Litigating Harassment & Hostile Work Environment Claims Seminar. Author and Faculty Speaker.
  • Drafting the Complaint: Strategies to Avoid a Motion to Dismiss
  • 2001

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Las Vegas Sexual harassment Lawyer Kristina Sue Holman
Kristina Sue Holman
Sexual harassment Attorney
Las Vegas, NV
Licensed for 33 years