Franchesca Van Buren | Las Vegas Litigation | Nevada
Ms. Van Buren was previously a trial attorney at the law firms of Beckley Singleton, Chtd., Lewis and Roca, LLP, and Gordon Silver. While at those large firms, she handled multi-million dollar, high-stakes, complex commercial litigation on behalf of real estate, retail, hospitality, sports and entertainment and various other business clients.
Ms. Van Buren eventually left Vegas big law to found an investment company, which is now experiencing ROIs of over 20%.
She could not leave the law behind, however, and continued to represent select clients with respect to business related issues. Because of her extensive litigation experience helping clients deal with the fall-out from general business hazards, and because she herself is a business owner, Ms. Van Buren is ideally situated to counsel businesses with respect to the myriad of legal issues facing the typical business each and every single day.
Ms. Van Buren is a fourth generation Las Vegas native.
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