Multijurisdictional Practice (MJP)
Lipson Neilson attorneys have an unrivaled expertise that is available to help firms, attorneys and corporate counsel comply with Nevada's MJP regulations.
Attorneys David Clark and Janeen Isaacson spent a combined 20+ years as prosecutors with the Nevada State Bar and respectively served as Nevada Bar Counsel and Interim Bar Counsel. They know how licensing boards work from the inside and can use that knowledge to help you comply with Nevada's MJP regulations.
Joseph Garin, the Managing Partner of the firm's Las Vegas office, opened this office and in doing so gained first-hand experience navigating Nevada's MJP compliance regulations from the law firm side.
With years of experience, including actually writing some of Nevada's MJP regulations, combined with our first-hand knowledge of Nevada's MJP compliance process, our attorneys are ready to help.
David A. Clark
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Clark worked as a prosecutor for the Office of Bar Counsel for 15 years, including five years as the Chief Discipline Counsel for the State Bar.
He established the training program for the Southern and Northern Disciplinary Boards, obtained numerous changes to the Nevada Rules of Professional Conduct and the Supreme Court’s rules for attorney discipline, and he drafted the Disciplinary Rules of Procedure that were adopted in 2014 by a task force and the Board of Governors.
Mr. Clark has extensive experience in attorney regulation for professional liability, attorney discipline and commercial litigation. He has prosecuted more than 1,000 attorney grievances from the investigation stage through trial and appeal.
Janeen V. Isaacson
Ms. Isaacson has been a practicing litigator for more than 20 years. Prior to joining the firm, she spent eight years as a prosecutor for the Office of Bar Counsel, including serving as Interim Bar Counsel.
Joseph P. Garin
Throughout his career Mr. Garin has defended more than 500 lawyers and law firms in Nevada, Michigan, Colorado and Illinois including the completion of jury trials, arbitrations and appeals. He maintains a national practice focusing on defense of professional liability claims, insurance coverage disputes, directors’ and officers’ claims, and risk & litigation management.
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