Burton, Bartlett & Glogovac.

Burton, Bartlett & Glogovac.

Main Office:

427 W Plumb Ln | Reno | NV | 89509

Phone: 775-333-0400 |

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Burton, Bartlett & Glogovac was formed in 1995 and exists to serve its clients and the community by providing exemplary professional services in a cost-effective and efficient manner, guided by sound business principles. The firm carries the highest rating awarded to law practices and all of our attorneys have excellent academic backgrounds. The three founders obtained extensive experience as stockholders in the same large Nevada firm prior to opting to work together in a setting which allows delivery of efficient, quality, and prompt legal services. Collectively, our attorneys have broad legal experience in the areas of (i) insurance-related litigation, (ii) commercial and corporate transactions, (iii) healthcare law, (iv) First Amendment law, (v) Internet and e-commerce law, (vi) real estate acquisition, development, and transfer, (vii) commercial litigation, (viii) employment litigation, and (ix) professional liability matters. We represent a diversified and expanding group of clients, ranging from large publicly-traded corporations to small enterprises and individuals.

Practice Areas

Burton, Bartlett & Glogovac. practices law in the following areas and works with its clients to provide the best possible legal solutions.

  • General Civil Practice In State And Federal Courts Trials
  • Media Law
  • Insurance
  • Employment
  • Business Law
  • Probate
  • Real Property And Health Law

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