Welcome to Connor & Connor, PLLC, experienced attorneys serving Nevada

Connor & Connor, PLLC, is a Nevada law firm that specializes in providing the very best in legal services while aggressively protecting the rights of our clients. Our attorneys are licensed to practice law in all Nevada state and federal courts. Our attorneys focus their practice on business law, business formation, transactions, civil litigation, zoning, land use, and restricted use licensing. If you are in need of legal services our attorneys are ready to put their years of experience to work for you. Read more about the legal services we provide, and contact us for a consultation any time!

Business Law

Connor & Connor, PLLC, has an expert staff of experienced business law attorneys. We have helped many clients deal with the various issues in establishing and running their businesses. This includes business formation, registration, litigation, licensing and maintaining compliance with all state and local laws. We also excel at helping you plan for the future of your business.

It doesn’t matter whether you are preparing a business plan, drafting your initial formation documents, planning for your future or facing confusion about complicated government rules and regulations. We will be here to help you in all of your business needs.

If you need help or representation in any area of Nevada Legal Services, Connor & Connor is here to stand right by your side and aggressively represent your rights. Look over our website and contact us for a consultation on your case today!

Medical Marijuana

Medical marijuana laws are transforming across the nation, and Nevada is no exception. While state law in Nevada provides the right to use medical marijuana in the state constitution, marijuana remains prohibited under federal law and the laws of several other jurisdictions. In this transformative age, it is imperative for anyone involved in the cannabis industry to seek expert legal advice and representation relating to this emerging industry.


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