Veronica Arechederra Hall: Lawyer with Jackson Lewis P.C.

Veronica Arechederra Hall

Principal and Office Litigation Manager
Las Vegas,  NV  U.S.A.
Phone(702) 921-2460

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Practice Areas

  • General Employment Litigation
  • Airline and Airline Service Providers
  • Retail
  • Energy and Utilities
  • Gaming and Hospitality
 
University University of Arizona, B.A., Political Science, cum laude, 1990
 
Law SchoolUniversity of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law, J.D., 1993
 
Admitted1993, Arizona (inactive) and U.S. District Court, District Court of Arizona (inactive); 1996, Nevada and U.S. District Court, District Court of Nevada; 2003, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court
 
Memberships 

Professional Associations and Activities

American Bar Association
Clark County Bar Association
Clark County Citizens Task Force on Trauma System Development
District of Nevada, Inmate Early Mediation Program
Hispanic National Bar Association
Latino Bar Association of Las Vegas
State Bar of Arizona
State Bar of Nevada
Panel Member for selection of Clark County Public Defender
Hispanic Attorney Resource Group

 
LanguagesSpanish
 
BornTucson, Arizona, July 28, 1968
 
Biography

Veronica Arechederra Hall is a Principal in the Las Vegas, Nevada, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She is an experienced trial lawyer who focuses her practice on representing employers in labor and employment matters.

Ms. Hall's practice covers the spectrum of employment litigation, including both state and federal claims, and individual and class action suits. Her class action, and multi-plaintiff experience includes both suits by private parties and by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). She has handled cases involving claims of race, age, disability and sex discrimination, as well as sexual harassment, retaliatory discharge, and non-compete/restrictive covenant issues. Ms. Hall has broad experience in representing clients in private arbitration and proceedings before the EEOC, Nevada Equal Rights Commission and other state agencies.

Ms. Hall also routinely counsels clients on a variety of employment practices, including employment contracts and employee handbooks and policies. She conducts employee training seminars, harassment investigations, and speaks on employment-related topics. Ms. Hall has extensive experience in the gaming, and restaurant and hospitality industries.

Representative Trial and Appellate Experience

Beldon v. Alamo (United States District Court, District of Oregon) This case involved state tort law claims, including defamation. Plaintiff dismissed her case with prejudice without any compensation by Defendant following the cross-examination of Plaintiff.
Berge v. Harrah's (United States District Court, District of Nevada (Reno)) This case involved claims of age and sex discrimination. After an 8-day trial, the jury returned a complete defense verdict.
Jones v. Parball (Eighth Judicial District Court, Clark County, State of Nevada) This case involved a contract dispute resulting from the settlement agreement of an underlying race discrimination claim. After a three-day bench trial, the judge returned a complete defense verdict.
Finnegan-Curtis v. Smith's Food & Drug Centers, Inc. (Superior Court, County of Mohave, State of Arizona) This case involved a claim of wrongful termination and other state tort law claims. After a five-day trial, the jury returned a complete defense verdict.
Kenneweg v. Trans Heathcare (Second Judicial Court, Washoe County, State of Nevada) This case involved wrongful termination and other state tort law claims. During trial, the judge issued a directed verdict on the tort claims for the Defendant. After a six-day trial, the jury returned a defense verdict.
Jespersen v. Harrah's Operating Co., 280 F. Supp. 2d 1189 (D. Nev. Oct 22, 2002) NO. CV-N-01-0401-ECR (VPC), reconsideration denied (Nov. 27, 2002). This well-known case involved a gender discrimination claim for employer's dismissal of a female bartender for non-compliance with its dress and grooming standards that included a requirement that female bartenders wear makeup. The court entered summary judgment in favor of the Defendant.

Affirmed by
Jespersen v. Harrah's Operating Co., Inc., 392 F. 3d 1076, 94 Fair Empl. Prac. Cas. (BNA) 1812, 85 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 41, 815, 04 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 11, 332, 2004 Daily Journal D.A.R. 15, 328 (9th Cir. (Nev.) Dec. 28, 2004) (NO-03-15045)

Rehearing en Banc Granted by
Jespersen v. Harrah's Operating Co., 409 F. 3d 1061, 95 Fair Empl. Prac, Cas. (BNA) 1536, 86 Empl. Prac, Dec. P 41, 935, 05 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 4258 (9th Cir. (Nev.) May 13, 2005) (NO. 03-15045)

AND On Rehearing en Banc
Jespersen v. Harrah's Operating Co., Inc., 444 F. 3d 1104, 97 Fair Empl. Prac. Cas. (BNA) 1473, 87 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 42, 322, 06 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 3093, 2006 Daily Journal D.A.R. 4549 (9th Cir. (Nev.) Apr. 14, 2006) (NO. 15045). The seven-four majority opinion affirmed the right of employers in the Ninth Circuit to enforce reasonable dress and grooming standards in the workplace, including sex-differentiated standards.

Honors and Recognitions

Nevada Business Legal Elite, Southern Nevada's Top 150 Lawyers (2012)
Nevada Lawyer, one of Nevada's Hispanic leaders (September 2013)

Veronica
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Reported CasesRepresentative Trial and Appellate Experience: Beldon v. Alamo (United States District Court, District of Oregon) This case involved state tort law claims, including defamation. Plaintiff dismissed her case with prejudice without any compensation by Defendant following the cross-examination of Plaintiff. Berge v. Harrah's (United States District Court, District of Nevada (Reno)) This case involved claims of age and sex discrimination. After an 8-day trial, the jury returned a complete defense verdict. Jones v. Parball (Eighth Judicial District Court, Clark County, State of Nevada) This case involved a contract dispute resulting from the settlement agreement of an underlying race discrimination claim. After a three-day bench trial, the judge returned a complete defense verdict. Finnegan-Curtis v. Smith's Food & Drug Centers, Inc. (Superior Court, County of Mohave, State of Arizona) This case involved a claim of wrongful termination and other state tort law claims. After a five-day trial, the jury returned a complete defense verdict. Kenneweg v. Trans Heathcare (Second Judicial Court, Washoe County, State of Nevada) This case involved wrongful termination and other state tort law claims. During trial, the judge issued a directed verdict on the tort claims for the Defendant. After a six-day trial, the jury returned a defense verdict. Jespersen v. Harrah's Operating Co., 280 F. Supp. 2d 1189 (D. Nev. Oct 22, 2002) NO. CV-N-01-0401-ECR (VPC), reconsideration denied (Nov. 27, 2002). This well-known case involved a gender discrimination claim for employer's dismissal of a female bartender for non-compliance with its dress and grooming standards that included a requirement that female bartenders wear makeup. The court entered summary judgment in favor of the Defendant. Affirmed byJespersen v. Harrah's Operating Co., Inc., 392 F. 3d 1076, 94 Fair Empl. Prac. Cas. (BNA) 1812, 85 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 41, 815, 04 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 11,332, 2004 Daily Journal D.A.R. 15, 328 (9th Cir. (Nev.) Dec. 28, 2004) (NO-03-15045); Rehearing en Banc Granted byJespersen v. Harrah's Operating Co., 409 F. 3d 1061, 95 Fair Empl. Prac, Cas. (BNA) 1536, 86 Empl. Prac, Dec. P 41, 935, 05 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 4258 (9th Cir. (Nev.) May 13, 2005) (NO. 03-15045); AND On Rehearing en BancJespersen v. Harrah's Operating Co., Inc., 444 F. 3d 1104, 97 Fair Empl. Prac. Cas. (BNA) 1473, 87 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 42, 322, 06 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 3093, 2006 Daily Journal D.A.R. 4549 (9th Cir. (Nev.) Apr. 14, 2006) (NO. 15045). The seven-four majority opinion affirmed the right of employers in the Ninth Circuit to enforce reasonable dress and grooming standards in the workplace, including sex-differentiated standards.
 
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Veronica Arechederra Hall

3800 Howard Hughes Parkway, Suite 600
Las VegasNV 89169




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