Jared M. Moser
Top Rated Civil Litigation Attorney in Las Vegas, NV
Jared M. Moser, Esq., practices in the areas of commercial litigation and contract disputes, employer defense, and landlord/tenant disputes, representing both individuals and businesses, large and small, in southern and northern Nevada.
Mr. Moser received his B.S.B.A. with a double major in marketing and business management from Hawai`i Pacific University. He returned to Nevada to obtain his Juris Doctorate from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada – Las Vegas, during which time he represented family law clients as a Certified Student Attorney, was recognized with the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in International Human Rights, and was also awarded as a member of the Society of Advocates for Second Best Brief in the Jerome Prince Evidence Law Moot Court Competition.
Before joining Marquis Aurbach, Mr. Moser gained invaluable experience as an extern to the Honorable James T. Russell in the First Judicial District Court of Nevada, as a law clerk to the Honorable Nancy L. Allf in the Eighth Judicial District Court of Nevada, and as a law clerk for the Honorable Johnnie B. Rawlinson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He has authored numerous articles addressing a variety of legal issues topics for the American Inns of Court publication, The Bencher, and in the Infinity Business Magazine, and has appeared as a guest on the Su Negocio En Nevada radio show. He has also served on the Board of Directors for a local non-profit organization that provides aftercare for women who are former victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
Mr. Moser is a member of the Howard D. McKibben Chapter of the American Inns of Court and is an alumni member and former officer of the Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity International.
During his time out of the office, Mr. Moser enjoys time with his wife, Tara, and their two sons. When he and his family are not outdoors, Mr. Moser enjoys watching both college and professional football and basketball.
About Jared M. Moser
First Admitted: 2011, Hawaii
Professional Webpage: https://www.maclaw.com/attorney/moser-jared-m/
- recognition for Commercial Litigation, 2021-2022™, Best Lawyers: Ones To Watch, Best Lawyers in America
- 2016-2017, 2019-2022, Legal Elite (Top Rank), Nevada Business Magazine
- Best Up and Coming, Nevada Business Magazine, 2018
- Hawai`i Pacific University, 2006
- William S. Boyd School of Law, 2011
- Hawaii, 2011
- State Bar of Nevada, 2013
- U.S. District Court District of Nevada, 2013
- U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit, 2013
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit, 2013
- U.S. Supreme Court, 2013
- Author, Bullet-Proof Contracts, Realistic?, Infinity Business Magazine, 2018
- ., Author, When a Non-Conflict Really is a Conflict: A Beginners Guide to Not Losing a Client , The Bencher Magazine, 2021
- Maybe you’ve attended a couple college courses or participated in some small-business seminars. You may even be among the lucky few who have realized your true passion and discovered that it has money-making potential. Or, maybe you have been in business for a while, and you’ve been wondering if the formation of your business entity should have been handled differently. There are a number of different business forms, each of which serves unique purposes, and each of which has its own pros and cons – whether a limited liability partnership, limited partnership, limited liability limited partnership, professional corporation, regular limited liability companies (“LLCs”), professional LLCs, nonprofit, and series LLCs, among others. This article will briefly address some of the most common business forms – sole proprietorships, partnerships, LLCs, and corporations. , Author, What's the Best Business Type for Me?, Linkedin, 2017
- Disputes between individuals or businesses happen all the time. For some, it's a daily occurrence, and as a business owner, despite your best efforts and good intentions, you may be managing conflicts with employees, vendors, customers, or even family while your business demands your attention. Though the last of these is unlikely to result in litigation, the others may. Whether you are trying to recover money owed for a product you shipped or for services you performed, or you're trying to get your money back from a contractor who didn't finish the work that you hired him or her to do, or you're like I was, just trying to get your rental security deposit back from your former landlord, courts in Clark County and elsewhere provide a number of venues and options for pursuing your rights via legal and equitable remedies. Although filing a lawsuit as a plaintiff (the person seeking relief) is not always your best choice, this article discusses some of the differences among the various venues and some considerations to help you decide whether or not to sue in the first place and, if so, where. If your claims are based on a federal law, or if you and the defendant (the party being sued) are from different states and the amount in conflict is more than $75,000, then you may bring your claims in federal court. In these scenarios, except in unusual circumstances, you probably want to hire an attorney to assist you through the litigation process, and, if you're suing or being sued on behalf of a business, you may have to hire an attorney, assuming your business does not employ in-house counsel. Even attorneys are known to hire legal representation; as the old adage goes, "a lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client." In all likelihood, if you are reading this article and considering legal means to right a wrong, then your recovery is most probably best sought in a Nevada state court, and more specifically within Clark County, which is the focus of the remainder of this article. State courts in Clark County, Nevada include District Court, Justice Courts, Municipal Courts, and Small Claims, which are actually a division of the Justice Courts. In addition, there are several tools for alternative dispute resolution ("ADR") available, some of which are mandatory, that can assist parties in resolving disputes outside of the court process. Each of these tools - both judicial and ADR - has unique nuances and requirements to consider to help you decide which is best for your situation., Author, Should I Sue?, Infinity Business Media Group, 2017
- This article discussed my experiences clerking for the Honorable Nancy L. Allf in the Eighth Judicial District Court of Nevada and the Honorable Johnnie B. Rawlinson in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit., Author, One Set of Eyes, Two Perspectives: Clerking in the State Trial Court and Federal Court of Appeals, The Bencher - American Inns of Court Magazine, 2014
- Civil Litigation
Last Updated: 5/15/2022