Brownstein’s Bryce Loveland Honored with Vegas Inc’s 40 Under 40 Award
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Brownstein’s Bryce Loveland Honored with Vegas Inc’s 40 Under 40 Award

March 13, 2020

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck is pleased to announce that Bryce Loveland, a shareholder in the firm’s Litigation Department in Las Vegas, was recognized with Vegas Inc’s 40 Under 40 award. This award program recognizes outstanding business people who have made notable contributions in their industry and the community.

Loveland works predominantly with nonprofit multiemployer and local governmental fringe benefit trust funds to help provide quality health care and good pensions, as well as vacation money and apprentice training to thousands of hard-working Nevadans and their families in various trades and crafts. He has been instrumental in drafting legislation, opening no-cost health clinics and developing important case law on behalf of these same clients.

While managing his full-time practice, he is also dedicated to the Las Vegas community. As a father of a severely disabled child, he is passionate about advocating for the needy and underserved. For the past several years, he has worked tirelessly as the volunteer chairperson of the board of Nevada P.E.P., a statewide nonprofit that provides education and encouragement to thousands of Nevada families with children with disabilities. He also serves as the pro bono coordinator for the firm’s Las Vegas office and personally handles and supervises others in handling numerous matters for abused and neglected children, the elderly, active duty military service members and veterans on a pro bono basis. He has also mentored numerous clerks over the years as the firm’s recruiter and supervising shareholder for the Professional Development Fellowship Program. This program focuses on working with the Diversity Committee of the State Bar and Boyd School of Law.

To read more about Loveland’s recognition, click here.

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