Las Vegas NEVADA

  • Address:
    • 10001 Park Run Drive
      Las Vegas, Nevada, 89145-8857
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  • Hours:
    • Monday: 08:00 - 17:00
    • Tuesday: 08:00 - 17:00
    • Wednesday: 08:00 - 17:00
    • Thursday: 08:00 - 17:00
    • Friday: 08:00 - 17:00
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ABOUT Jack Chen Min Juan

“Jack” Chen Juan’s practice includes all forms of litigation including business, commercial, construction, eminent domain, insurance and real estate law. He is frequently retained as local counsel by out of state law firms and companies. He represents local businesses, Fortune 500 companies and governmental agencies. He is also an Administrative Law Judge and Prosecutor for the Nevada State Contractors Board. Clients also seek Mr. Juan because he speaks Mandarin Chinese. He is a shareholder with the firm, and Chairman of the Construction Department. Mr. Juan represents clients from initial project planning to post-construction claims. An experienced litigator, he successfully defended in Nevada’s first trial under the revised right to repair laws (Gunderson) and before the Nevada Supreme Court (First Light HOA I and First Light HOA II). He helps businesses maximize revenue, protect assets and limit liability, from proper business set-ups to non-compete agreements. He represents plaintiff and defendant businesses in all disputes, including administrative proceedings. His eminent domain practice started two decades ago with the government taking his client’s mobile home parks. He continues representing owners facing condemnations. Given his experience, governmental agencies also retain Mr. Juan on eminent domain projects.

Recipient: Named to The Best Lawyers in America list, 2018-2020 (Construction Law, Litigation - Construction); Mountain States Super Lawyer (2014-2019); Nevada Business Magazine Legal Elite (2011-2018); Top 100 Lawyers, MYVEGAS Magazine (2016); Desert Companion Magazine Top Lawyer (Construction/Development) (2014); Nevada Business Magazine Top 150 Attorneys (2012); Mountain States Rising Star (2010).Author: Eminent Domain and Condemnations, Late Fee and Late Rent Payments and There is a Difference, Can the Government Take My Land, Selecting the Right Business Entity, Mechanics' Liens in Nevada, Airspace Rights, Don't Forget an Attorneys Fees Provision, Entering and Staying in the United States, Homestead: Why Should I Homestead My Home and Why Should I Do It, Foreign Investment and Real Property Tax Act of 1980, 10 Ways to Increase Recovery on a Mechanic's Lien, Possible Title Problems From Transferring Property to LLC or Other Legal Entities.

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Areas of LAW

  • Accident
  • Bus Accident
  • Business
  • Car Accident
  • Construction
  • Drunk Driving Accident
  • Eminent Domain
  • Litigation
  • Motorcycle Accident
  • Personal Injury
  • Real Estate
  • Truck Accident

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