The Law Office of Karen H. Ross

The Firm

We are committed to obtaining exceptional outcomes to our clients.

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The Firm

The Law Office of Karen H. Ross is a Las Vegas-based law firm that is committed to obtaining exceptional outcomes for its clients. The firm provides each client with perssonal attention and the highest quality of service, while representing its clients in an ehtical, honest and professional manner.

Each and every client deserves a dedicated advocate that understands each of their individual challenges and goals.

The Team

Our Team Members who have contributed immensely to our Growth
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Karen H. Ross

Attorney

Ms. Ross conducts a diverse civil practice, which includes an emphasis in corporate litigation, personal injury and business transactions. Her corporate clients range in all sizes from global, Fortune 500 companies to local Las Vegas physicians and business owners.


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Trent Ross

Law Clerk

Trent is a third-year law student at William S. Boyd School of Law. Prior to coming to Las Vegas, Trent obtained his B.S. in Finance from BYU.

He is a life long Nevadan having grown up in Reno. He enjoys spending time with his wife, playing sports, and reading the Wall Street Journal.

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Cindee Park

Receptionist

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Practice Areas

Personal Injury

Personal InjuryHelping families and accident victims.

Ms. Ross' Experience in the area of personal Injury has involved brain injuries, spine injuries, and soft tissue injuries, which has included claims of Product Liability and Premises Liability.

Business Litigation

Corporate and Business LitigationBusiness Transactional Matters

Asset Purchase Agreements, Stock Purchase Agreements, Operating Agreements, Corporate Resolutions, Unit Redemption Agreements and many more.

Liquor Licenses

Liquor LicensesWe assist businesses throughout Nevada.

In Nevada, there are several factors to consider in connection with liquore licensing, i.e.: proximity restrictions, prohibition on percentage rent and key employee compliance.