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S. Jordan Walsh

Associate

5441 Kietzke Lane, Suite 200, Reno, NV 89511

Jordan advises management clients in Labor and Employment matters. She has appeared before the Supreme Court of Nevada, the Employee-Management Relations Board, and Nevada Equal Rights Commission/Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. 

Jordan is adept at representing public and private entities in collective bargaining with employee organizations, including achieving and maintaining compliance with collective bargaining agreements, personnel policies, labor and employment law, and state benefit programs. She advises clients on compliance with municipal law, such as the Nevada Open Meeting Law and the Nevada Public Records Act.

In addition, Jordan manages and conducts grievance mediation and grievance arbitration. She advises clients on state and federal employment law including: local wage and hour laws; the Fair Labor Standards Act; the Family and Medical Leave Act; the Americans with Disabilities Act; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act; Title VII; the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act; the EMRA (Nevada); the Affordable Care Act; Public Employees' Benefits Program; Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada; as well as state-specific laws relating to law enforcement and school district personnel.

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Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • Douglas County Bar Association, Member
  • First Judicial District Bar Association, President
  • Washoe County Bar Association, Member
  • Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation, 2011-2013, Staff Editor 2011-2012, Articles Editor, Journal Executive Board 2012
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