Kamer Zucker Abbott • Las Vegas, Nevada
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3000 West Charleston Boulevard, Suite 3
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102
Mr. Keller joined the Firm in 1996. He exclusively represents and advises employers in labor and employment law matters, including labor relations, union organizing, arbitration, and employment discrimination claims. Mr. Keller?s interest in labor and employment law was crystalized after a lengthy and unsuccessful Teamsters Union-sponsored employee strike against his family?s school and charter bus company in 1986-87.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland on August 17, 1970, Mr. Keller attended the American University, Washington College of Law where he was a member of the American University Law Review. He was also an associate of the Nevada American Inn of Court from 1997-1998.
Mr. Keller is a member of the Defense Research Institute, Society for Human Resource Management, the American Bar Association?s Section on Labor and Employment Law and Section on Litigation, the State Bar of Nevada, and Clark County Bar Association.
He is the author or co-author of many publications, including: Co-Author, “Section V: The Electronic Workplace,” Workplace Privacy: Real Answers and Practical Solutions (Thompson Pub. Grp. 2000); Co-Author, “The Three-Headed Monster - ADA, FMLA, and Workers? Compensation,” Kamer & Zucker Labor & Employment Seminar (2000); Co-Author, “Will You Be Defenseless to Employee Handbilling?,” Nevada Labor Letter (Vol. VIII, No. 11, November, 1999); Co-Author, “Reasonable Accommodation Strategies Under the Americans With Disabilities Act,” Kamer & Zucker Labor & Employment Seminar (1999); Co-Author, “When ?You Have Mail? Turns Into ?You Have A Lawsuit?,” Communique (December, 1998); Author, “The Consumer Credit Reporting Act of 1996, Federal Wage and Hour Developments, and the Nevada Personal Responsibility and Self-Sufficiency Act of 1997,” Kamer & Zucker Labor & Employment Seminar (1998); Article Reporter, “The Evidence Project: Proposed Revisions to the Federal Rules of Evidence with Supporting Commentary,” 171 F.R.D. 330 (1997); Co-Author, “Improve Your Company?s Health By Reducing Its ?Salt? Intake,” The Employer?s Handbook, Volume II (The Labor Letters, Inc., 1997); Co-Author, “Avoiding the High Costs of Retaliation Lawsuits,” Nevada Labor Letter (Vol. V, No. 10, October, 1997); Author, “Death by Textualism: The NLRB?s Incidental to Patient Care Supervisory Status Test for Charge Nurses,” 46 American U.L. Rev. 575 (1996).
- College: B.A., Justice magna cum laude, University Honors, The American University, School of Public Affairs,
- Law School: J.D., cum laude, The American University, Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C., 1996
Bar AdmissionsSupreme Court of Nevada, 1996
U.S. District Court, District of Nevada, 1996
U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, 1996
District of Columbia Court of Appeals, 1998