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Jessica A. Green


Office: 702-382-1500
Cell/Direct: 702-382-1500


Practice Areas

  • Professional Liability
  • Employment Law
  • Employment Litigation
  • Business & Commercial Litigation
  • Real Estate Law

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Jessica A. Green is an attorney in Lipson Neilson‘s Las Vegas office. Representing clients both directly and through insurance carriers, Ms. Green’s practice focuses primarily on professional liability defense and employment law. She is admitted to the State Bar of Nevada, the United States District Court, District of Nevada, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

With respect to her professional liability practice, Ms. Green frequently defends lawyers in legal malpractice lawsuits from the inception of an issue through discovery and all necessary motion practice and resolution. Ms. Green is experienced in state bar ethics and disciplinary matters ranging from the grievance stage through trial and any necessary appeal and/or reinstatement proceedings.

Ms. Green represents Nevada employers – both large and small – in employment law matters. She defends employers in employment related litigation in both state and federal courts as well as before federal and state administrative agencies including the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Nevada Equal Rights Commission, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the Department of Labor, the Office the Nevada Labor Commissioner, and the Nevada Department of Employment Training, and Rehabilitation, among others.

Ms. Green has experience defending against a wide array of claims including wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and wage and hour violations. She advises and counsels employers on various workplace issues including employee discipline and termination, drug testing, the prevention and proper handling of discrimination and harassment, wage and hour compliance, and workplace investigations. Ms. Green also drafts employee handbooks, workplace policies, severance agreements, employment contracts, confidentiality agreements, and non-compete agreements.

Ms. Green has experience in bad faith insurance defense, insurance coverage, and director and officer liability. She also has an active appellate practice.

Ms. Green is well versed in education law, she served as an Educational Surrogate Parent and Transition Specialist for the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada. In doing so, Ms. Green advocated for children with disabilities, ensuring their schools provided for their disability-related needs.

Ms. Green quoted in Las Vegas Review-Journal article, “Gender pay gap shrinking but here to stay, attorney says.”

Case Summary

Summary Dismissal – Affirmed by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
By Memorandum dated September 20, 2018, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the District Court’s granting of Ms. Green’s Motion for Summary Judgment. The victory obtained complete summary dismissal of all Plaintiff’s claims including claims of race, age, genetic information and disability discrimination, as well as retaliation, tortious discharge, and intentional infliction of emotional distress claims. The Plaintiff appealed the decision to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals where the decision was affirmed in its entirety; disposing of all of Plaintiff’s claims.

Professional Affiliations
  • Labor and Employment Section, State Bar of Nevada
  • Litigation Section, State Bar of Nevada
  • Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM), Member
  • Nevada CLM Chapter, Director of Events
  • Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers (APRL), Member
  • Las Vegas Defense Lawyers (LVDL), Board of Directors and Co-Chair of the Advocacy, Legislature and Government Affairs Committee
  • Defense Research Institute (DRI)

Jessica A. Green

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Super Lawyers’ Rising Star: 2014-2021


[Pandemic] Battle-Born: The Most Recent Changes to Nevada Employment Laws. The COVID-19 Pandemic has impacted nearly everyone and everything and employment laws definitely weren’t spared. The 81st Legislative Session resulted in Governor Sisolak signing into law nearly 140 new pieces of legislation – many of which apply to employees and their employers. (October 2021)

A Bankruptcy Court Order Permitting Creditors to Pursue Legal Malpractice Claims in State Court in the Name of a Debtor’s was an Impermissible Assignment and Violates Public Policy Co-authored with Joseph Garin, published in the March 2017 issue of the eAdvisory published by the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Lawyers’ Professional Liability.

Can Insurance Defense Counsel ‘Serve Two Masters’? Co-authored with Joseph Hainline, published in the June 29, 2015 issue of DRI’s The Whisper, the newsletter of the young lawyers committee.

Recent Nevada Supreme Court Advance Option examines the statute of limitations discovery rule applicable to legal malpractice actions. Co-authored with Joseph Garin, published in the August 2013 LPL eAdvisory, an eNewsletter from the ABA Standing Committee on Lawyers’ Professional Liability.

Issue preclusion is only applicable where an issue is actually and necessarily litigated. Co-authored with Joseph Garin, published in the July 2013 LPL eAdvisory, an eNewsletter from the ABA Standing Committee on Lawyers’ Professional Liability

Speaking Engagements

June 16, 2015 – E&O INSURANCE EXECUSUMMIT held at the Mohegan Sun Resort & Convention Center in Uncasville, CT. Jessica Green sat on a panel of industry experts discussing E&O Claims Trends. Ms. Green focused her contributions on innocent insured coverage, the practical prevention of bad faith claims, and what to look for in an effective E&O policy. ExecuSummit attendees are insurance professionals in the forefront of the E&O insurance line, monitoring & researching emerging issues and trends.

  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law
  • Texas A&M, Corpus Christi, cum laude
  • Nevada
  • Las Vegas Municipal Court, Alternate Judge, 2019
  • Las Vegas Defense Lawyers (LVDL), Board of Directors and Co-Chair of the Advocacy, Legislature and Government Affairs Committee
  • Nevada CLM Chapter, Director of Events
  • Super Lawyers' Rising Star: 2014-2021
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