Mark H. Hutchings, Esq. is proud to be a fourth-generation Nevadan. Mr. Hutchings' family has worked to build a better community for southern Nevada for nearly a century. Mr. Hutchings seeks to further that tradition by providing legal services to underserved working families and small business owners.
Mr. Hutchings went to Clark High School in Las Vegas, Nevada. After high school, Mr. Hutchings got a swing-shift job waiting tables and put himself through college during the day, which resulted in an undergraduate degree from UNLV. After graduation, Mr. Hutchings took some time off and then decided to apply for law-school.
Mr. Hutchings applied for law-school at the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV, where he was accepted on a scholarship. While in law-school, Mr. Hutchings worked as a Research Assistant for the law library, completed an externship with the Honorable Abbi Silver, was given the Outstanding Student award for his role in serving the Small Claims Community Service Project. Mr. Hutchings also served as the Notes Editor on the Gaming Law Journal, achieved the highest grade in Conflict of Laws, and worked for 15 months as a Law Clerk for a local law firm. During this time-period Mr. Hutchings gained valuable experience with the practical aspects of the law and its impact on the lives of working people.
After law-school, Mr. Hutchings began his career as an attorney working for the firm he clerked for in law school where he provided representation in personal injury cases, criminal cases and family law cases. Mr. Hutchings then went to work for a different local firm handling personal injury matters, business litigation, and collection matters. Within a fairly short period of time, Mr. Hutchings rose to manage the entire litigation department. Mr. Hutchings then decided to go to work for a large national firm where he worked as a litigation associate handling insurance defense work, high-exposure wrongful death suits, trucking accidents, common carrier accidents, premise liability suits, and other personal injury matters. Mr. Hutchings gained valuable experience and insight working for the defense. After a period of time, Mr. Hutchings took a position doing financial services litigation with another national firm. Mr. Hutchings gained additional valuable litigation experience defending mortgage servicers in litigation disputes, including wrongful foreclosure actions, quiet title actions, and consumer advocacy litigation.
Mr. Hutchings now seeks to bring his services to the public by providing quality, affordable legal representation.
Alexander Perry is dedicated to obtaining maximum financial recovery for clients who have suffered wrongdoing, whether at the hands of insurance companies, employers, reckless drivers, or negligent property owners. With a particular interest in the field of complex wage and hour litigation, Mr. Perry has a strong track-record of helping employees recover unpaid overtime and minimum wages, improperly withheld commissions and expense reimbursements, and proper compensation for “off-the-clock” and “under-the-table” work, including more than $2,500,000 in client recoveries in 2018.
Mr. Perry graduated summa cum laude from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, majoring in Finance. He went on to receive his Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. While at Georgetown, Mr. Perry was Senior Editor of The Tax Lawyer, the Nation’s most prestigious legal journal on the subject of taxation. During law school, working with firms representing plaintiffs in Southern Nevada, Mr. Perry helped secure more than $200,000,000 in client recoveries, in matters ranging from violations of the United States Constitution to breach of contract and construction defect litigation. Prior to law school, Mr. Perry worked in the technology sector overseeing data storage, servers, and cloud computing systems for Switch, a globally recognized co-location center headquartered in Las Vegas.