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Combined, John Naylor and Jennifer Braster have been practicing litigation in Las Vegas, Nevada for almost 25 years. John and Jennifer routinely appear before judges in both the Eighth Judicial District Court and United States District Court for the District of Nevada and have appellate experience with both the Nevada Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Maupin • Naylor • Braster recognize their clients have many choices with their legal representation and need counsel that will not only be effective but efficient.
Maupin • Naylor • Braster litigate with their client’s goals and expectations at the forefront. Having appeared before most judges in the state and federal trial courts in Las Vegas and even working with some judges in private practice and bar associations, John and Jennifer pull from that experience to advance their clients' interests. With proficient oral advocacy skills and persuasive briefing, John and Jennifer have successfully achieved final dispositions in favor of their clients before both state and federal trial and appellate courts. John and Jennifer also have litigated cases through trial, receiving verdicts in their client’s favor. Both John and Jennifer have earned reputations as respected attorneys, with John achieving a Martindale Preeiminent rating of 4.5 out of 5 and Jennifer achieving a Martindale Preeminent rating of 4.7. John and Jennifer’s combined decades of legal experience not only includes complex commercial litigation matters, but also contract law, property or loan disputes, construction law, and appellate work.
Maupin • Naylor • Braster strive to establish relationships with their clients before disputes arise in order to maximize the benefit to their client and avoid lengthy and expensive litigation. By offering this legal counsel role, Maupin • Naylor • Braster can use their expertise to avoid disputes rather than reacting when a dispute arises. However, when disputes do arise, Maupin • Naylor • Braster's expertise and fee arrangements strive to meet not only their client’s legal needs but monetary considerations as well. While the traditional fee model concentrates on an hourly arrangement, this model does not work for every client. Their fee arrangements take into consideration the type of case and personal needs of each client. Maupin • Naylor • Braster will also waive retainer requirements in appropriate cases. At the commencement of the matter, Maupin • Naylor • Braster establish a plan and budget so each client knows what to expect. Maupin • Naylor • Braster maintain an engaged relationship with each client, regularly communicating all updates in the matter and ensuring the client’s needs are being met. With an active relationship, Maupin • Naylor • Braster can efficiently advocate for their client, fulfilling both their legal and financial needs.