Tye S. Hanseen
Top rated civil litigation attorney in Las Vegas, NevadaMarquis Aurbach
Practice Areas: Civil litigation
Licensed in Nevada since: 2007
Education: University of Nevada Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law
Marquis Aurbach10001 Park Run Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89145 Phone: 702-207-6080 Email: Tye S. Hanseen Visit website
Mr. Hanseen is primarily a litigator practicing all types of appellate and civil litigation including business law, bankruptcy, contractual/transactional law, premises & product liability, personal injury and workers compensation.
Mr. Hanseen graduated magna cum laude from University of the Pacific with a bachelor of arts in sport sciences. He secured his juris doctor from the William S. Boyd School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Hanseen participated in the William S. Boyd School of Law’s legal clinic providing legal services to children and parents in need of assistance dealing with family and education related legal matters. He also spent time working with the Chief Judge of the Nevada Administrative Hearings Division in revising Nevada’s workers’ compensation regulations.
Before joining Marquis Aurbach, Mr. Hanseen worked at a large Nevada law firm practicing general liability litigation. In addition, prior to and during law school, he spent a brief time playing in the Atlanta Braves minor league organization and worked as a paralegal for five years for two regional law firms handling primarily employee benefits and construction related matters.
Since 2001, Mr. Hanseen has lived in Las Vegas. He has also spent time in California, Utah, Oregon, Wisconsin, and Venezuela. Away from the office, Mr. Hanseen spends the majority of his time with his wife and four daughters. He also enjoys working on non-legal related projects, reading, participating in and watching sports, outdoor activities, and competition of any sort.
First Admitted: 2007, Nevada
Professional Webpage: https://www.maclaw.com/attorney/hanseen-tye-s/
- Rising Star, Mountain States Super Lawyers, 2017
- Rising Stars: 2014 - 2017