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Renowned Litigator Jason Williams Joins WSHB’s Nevada Office

July 31, 2019

(Las Vegas, NV) WSHB is proud to announce the arrival of its newest partner, Jason W. Williams, to the Firm’s Nevada office. Long considered to be a “go-to” lawyer for complex construction defect disputes, Jason handles all facets of construction litigation spanning from single family disputes to commercial projects, from shovel to completion. He also is well regarded for his work in complex civil litigation and coverage issues.

“Jason is widely known to the construction community throughout the nation, he consistently delivers solid results and enjoys a stellar reputation,” said Stephen Henning, one of the co-founders of WSHB. “He is extremely driven, having started out as a construction paralegal and is now regarded as a problem solver for some of the most challenging issues presented to our nation’s developers and general contractors.”

He comes to WSHB after two decades at Koeller, Nebeker, Carlson, Haluck, LLP where he was a partner. “Nevada enjoys a small community of lawyers and firms, and over the years I have watched WSHB and its legal talent with admiration,” said Williams. “It’s absolutely thrilling to join the Nevada team and a growing national firm.”

An AV-Preeminent attorney, Mr. Williams practice focuses squarely on the representation of developers, builders, and general contractors in construction defect litigation, construction accidents, and other construction-related issues. One of the keys to his success is his strategic use of law in motion to resolve issues through well-executed summary judgement and motions in limine.

In addition to his thriving construction practice, Mr. Williams also possesses a wealth of experience in general liability litigation and insurance coverage. His expertise in the insurance realm emanated from his time in law school, when Mr. Williams worked in the legal department of a California-based insurance company.

Mr. Williams is a graduate of the University of San Diego School of Law. He received his undergraduate degree from San Diego State University. He is licensed to practice in Nevada, California, U.S. District Court, District of Nevada, and U.S. District Court, Southern District of California.

About Wood, Smith, Henning & Berman LLP

WSHB is a full service litigation firm with offices throughout the United States. The Firm has tried over 900 cases to verdict, and is internationally recognized for its exceptionally high rate of success. Since the Firm’s inception in 1997 by trial lawyers David Wood, Kevin Smith, Stephen Henning and Daniel Berman, WSHB has been known as the national “go to” firm for complex civil litigation in professional liability, employment, commercial, medical malpractice and healthcare, construction, environmental, real estate, transportation, subrogation, toxic tort and intellectual property litigation. Additionally, WSHB also regularly handles first and third party coverage issues for the London market. The Firm has been named one of the top four law firms in the nation for female lawyers, and one of the top five for diversity. WSHB’s lawyers take pride in each and every case and all ultimate results. Most of all, WSHB is proud of their organic growth which translates into consistent results and handling office to office.


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