Casey Quinn is a Senior Associate in Selman Breitman’s Las Vegas office and is a member of the firm’s Cyber Law, Commercial Litigation, and Construction Law practice groups. Casey’s represents clients in various forms of conflict resolution including litigation, mediation, and arbitration. His primary goal is to resolve matters as effectively and efficiently as possible. In the course of his practice, Casey has taken those cases as far as he can to get the resolutions his clients want, including several appellate cases and arguing successfully before the Supreme Court of Nevada.

Growing up on computers and the Internet, Casey naturally gravitated to the area of privacy and cyber law. Realizing how impactful this area of law is on all his clients, Casey became a CIPP/US (Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States) and obtained a graduate certificate in Emergency Crisis Management Cybersecurity. Focusing on his strengths, Casey’s practice in this area is geared toward improving his client’s cybersecurity by helping them to assess their current posture and prepare for the inevitable breach. When the inevitable breach does occur, Casey is available to guide them through their crisis breach response and make things right as efficiently as possible.

Casey has substantial experience representing clients in all aspects of business from corporate formation to complex litigation involving multiple parties. He represents all types of business entities in commercial disputes including contract claims, business torts, privacy lawsuits, defamation, and fraud. Some of his experience includes bet-the-company cases. Casey also represents developers, contractors and design professionals on a variety of construction litigation issues including mechanic’s liens, delay/impact, indemnity, inefficiency claims, and defending claims for alleged errors and omissions and defective work.

Casey is called upon by clients and other organizations to give presentations on various subject matters relating to business and cybersecurity. He has also been recognized as a Super Lawyer Rising Star along with many other accolades. Casey has also published numerous materials relating to cybersecurity.

Originally from Idaho, Casey presently resides in Las Vegas with his wife and two kids. When not helping clients with their legal needs he spends his free time watching the Vegas Golden Knights, attending shows at the Smith Center, and enjoying all that Las Vegas has to offer.

Professional Associations and Memberships:

  • CIPP/US (Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States)
  • State Bar of Nevada, Construction Law Section (served as 2016 Chair)
  • Clark County Bar Association
  • Served as Justice of the Peace Pro Tempore for Las Vegas Small Claims Court 2017-2018

Awards:

  • Super Lawyers, Mountain States Rising Star (2016-2019)

Speaking Engagements and Presentations:

  • Cybersecurity Issues for Engineers (2019)

Bar Admission

New York (2008)

Nevada (2008)

Arizona (2015)

United States District Court, District of Nevada

Education

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (New York), J.D. (2007) (Intellectual Property & Communications Law)

Idaho State University, B.A. (2004) (with High Honors)

Certifications:

University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Graduate Certificate--Emergency Crisis Management Cybersecurity (2019)

CIPP/US (Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States)