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undefinedJory C. Garabedian

Senior Associate

(702) 475-7964

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Jory C. Garabedian began his legal career as an attorney representing Nevada homeowners in construction defect disputes. He later transitioned into, and currently practices in, more diverse areas of commercial and real estate litigation, including quiet title, landlord/tenant disputes, lender and servicer liability, and wrongful foreclosure defense.

Mr. Garabedian is licensed to practice before all federal and state district courts in State of Nevada and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals where he has obtained numerous favorable judgments and appellate decisions for his clients.


  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas (B.A., Criminal Justice, magna cum laude, 2003)
  • Thomas Jefferson School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2006)

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