Renee Green’s wide-ranging litigation practice focuses on complex civil litigation, business litigation, professional liability, product liability, premises liability, and insurance bad faith matters. Ms. Green has extensive experience advising clients to minimize risk and in all phases of litigation in state and federal court. She also has a comprehensive appellate practice.

Ms. Green graduated cum laude from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. While at UF, Ms. Green was a multiple recipient of the Dean’s List and President’s Honor Roll. She subsequently earned her Juris Doctor from William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. While in law school, she served as a Judicial Extern to the Honorable Elizabeth Gonzalez (Ret.) at the Eighth Judicial District Court in Nevada. Ms. Green has also assisted with drafting legislation regarding the enforcement of judgments.



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  • William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, J.D., 2011
  • University of Florida, B.S., Business Administration, cum laude, 2007 (Dean's List, President’s Honor Roll, Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society, Florida Bright Future Scholar)
  • Nevada, 2012
  • United States Tax Court, 2012
  • U.S. District Court, Nevada, 2013
  • U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2017
  • Insurance Bad Faith Defense
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Prelitigation Investigations
  • Premises Liability Defense
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Creditor’s Rights
  • Nevada State Bar Association
  • Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel
  • American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice
  • United Specialty Ins. Co. v. Hachiman, LLC, et al., No. 2: 16-cv-02784-APG-EJY, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 3986 (D. Nev. January 4, 2020).
  • DTC v. Fisher Sand & Gravel, 400 P.3d 244 (Nev. 2017).
  • The United States District Court for the District of Nevada granted the insurer client's Motion for Summary Judgment regarding the insurer's duty to defend and indemnify related to an endorsement in the policy. United Specialty Ins. Co. v. Hachiman, LLC, et al., No. 2: 16-cv-02784-APG-EJY, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 3986 (D. Nev. January 4, 2020).
  • The Nevada Supreme Court affirmed summary judgment in favor of our client barring a party from seeking a multi-million-dollar contribution and equitable indemnity claim against the insurer client. The claimant failed to properly perfect its rights to bring the claim under the contribution statute and equitable indemnity principles. DTC v. Fisher Sand & Gravel, 400 P.3d 244 (Nev. 2017).
  • Received a dismissal with prejudice for a business after filing a motion for summary judgment due to delineating the liability of other parties where the opposing party asserted wrongful death and related causes of action against the business.
  • Defended without a recovery a lawsuit related to a catastrophic injury as a result of various torts committed by the plaintiff.
  • Defended without recovery a lawsuit related to a motor vehicle accident that involved questionable medical treatment.
  • Successfully defended a hotel-casino client from liability related to claims of false imprisonment; negligence; assault; battery; and negligent security, training, and hiring.