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Dylan Houston

Associate

(702) 577-9305
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Las Vegas
300 S. 4th Street
Suite 1550
Las Vegas, NV 89101


Education

J.D., California Western School of Law, 2014

  • Deans List, Summer 2014

B.A., Finance, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2011

Dylan Houston is an associate in the Las Vegas office of Gordon & Rees. He is a member of the Drug and Medical Device and Construction practice groups and focuses his practice on all areas of civil litigation including business and commercial disputes, employment discrimination claims, and construction defect matters throughout Nevada.  Mr. Houston has participated as second chair in multiple trials and regularly attends mediations/arbitrations, depositions, and hearings.

Mr. Houston’s business and commercial litigation practice includes advising clients and litigating matters involving shareholder disputes, breach of contract, partnership and corporate dissolutions, product failures, indemnity and insurance disputes.

Mr. Houston’s employment and labor experience includes wage, hour and commission disputes, wrongful termination, harassment, and racial and age discrimination cases.  He has arbitrated and mediated matters involving employment and discrimination claims with the Nevada Equal Rights Commission and EEOC.  He also provides advice and counseling to numerous clients on the subject of employee handbooks, discrimination, wage and hour violations, wrongful termination and Title VII issues.

Mr. Houston also has experience in products liability matters, including wrongful death, catastrophic injury and disability and debilitating injuries.  Mr. Houston has participated in numerous cases to verdict, including District Court jury and bench trials, and binding arbitrations, with successful results in each.
 

Admissions

Nevada
U.S. District Court, District of Nevada
U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit

Community Involvement

Southern Nevada Youth Soccer Programs, Former Participant and Current Advocate - Work with young athletes to help them balance their time between academic and athletic commitments while trying to achieve the ultimate goal of becoming a college soccer player.