Bruce N. Willoughby , Esq.

Bruce N. Willoughby is an attorney licensed in both Nevada, California and Colorado.

He has admitted to practice before all Nevada Courts, the United States Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th and 10th Circuits. He was first admitted to the Washington State Bar in 1972.

Bruce is a first chair trial responsibility in complex wrongful death, construction, employment law and negligence cases involving multi-million dollar claims in both state and federal courts. He litigated numerous jury trials to verdict, as well as represented clients in disputes subject to mandatory and voluntary mediation and arbitration.

He has substantial experience in drafting and negotiating business contacts and employment contracts of all kinds in a commercial setting. His additional experience in reviewing and defending construction related contracts and documents provides additional services for our clients. He is the co-author of, “Nevada Construction Law”, published by HKL Global Communications, Inc., 2008.

Bruce has litigated numerous employment law matters and presented employment law seminars for line managers. he has consulted with supervisors concerning appropriate and legal processes for complaints against employees and advised them of appropriate and reasonable legal disciplinary actions. Bruce has conducted legal review regarding the validity of claims; and investigated and presented findings to the organizations. Bruce has authored an article, “The Effect of Sexual Harassment Laws on Businesses,” for the Wyoming Law Review, 1996.

Bruce has advised and represented clients through collective bargaining contracts and union grievances with the National Labor Relations Board. His knowledge of federal employment laws including FMLA, LOA, and ADA provide our law firm with valuable experience needed in federal employment cases. He has evaluated and interpreted regular revisions to federal employment laws and presented seminars for firms’ supervisors.

Bruce N. Willoughby, ESQ. wrongful death, construction, employment law and contract law attorney


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