• Intellectual Property Attorneys

    Protect your company’s innovations, designs and confidential information.

  • Trial Attorneys

    Our strategies win cases

  • Transactional Attorneys

    For startups and existing businesses that want to cross borders

    Transactional Attorneys

  • Construction Litigation Attorneys

    With Vast Experience in State and Federal Courts

Answers, Solutions, Performance

davis|stibor is one of the few boutique law firms servicing Southern Nevada and Southern California commercial clients through the use of modern best practices. Our attorneys handle complex cases and transactions exclusively involving property rights, including real property, personal property and intellectual property. The difference between davis|stibor and its global law firm rivals is our focus on only business litigation and transactions, our use of technology to achieve strong results, and our value driven billing model. Our clients do not overpay for their legal services.


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Highlighted Matters

  • Recovered over $1.2 million in disputed payments for subcontractor on public works project without litigation.
  • Represented Las Vegas developer in $90 million dollar construction and mezzanine loan financing secured by mixed use high-rise.
  • Obtained rarely granted temporary restraining order stopping multinational contractor from using our client’s foundation design without permission or payment.
  • Represented Series A venture capital and angel multi-million dollar preferred equity financing for Los Angeles digital technology start-up company.
  • Obtained confidential settlement in aviation trade secret dispute within months of filing the complaint.
  • Represented Las Vegas seller of $8 million dollar commercial land sale to subsidiary of world's largest online shoe retailer.


Davis|Stibor recently prevailed at trial on behalf of its client, a commercial landlord, against a tenant who breached the lease and vacated the property.  The personal guarantor of the lease was also a defendant in the case.  At trial, the defendants argued that the parties entered into a verbal settlement agreement that induced the tenant...

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