Casey J. Quinn


Casey Quinn, an associate in the Las Vegas, Nevada office, has substantial experience representing clients in complex commercial and construction litigation. Casey represents all types of business entities in commercial disputes including contract claims, business torts, privacy lawsuits, defamation, and fraud.

Casey also represents developers, contractors and design professionals on a variety of construction litigation issues including mechanic’s liens, delay/impact, indemnity, inefficiency claims, and defending claims for alleged errors and omissions and defective work.

His experience includes representing clients in various forms of conflict resolution including mediation and arbitration in an effort to resolve matters as effectively and efficiently as possible. Casey has also handled several appellate cases and argued before the Supreme Court of Nevada.

During his time at Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho (ISU), Casey served as the Performing Arts Chair on the ASISU Program Board and was involved in producing several concerts and events. He was also on the Women’s History Month committee and produced a benefit show for a local women’s shelter. Casey was a member of the ISU International Affairs Council and involved in coordinating the annual Frank Church Symposium.

While in law school, Casey was a staffer for the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution and did German citation checking for the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal. Casey was a participant in the Vis International Moot Court competition and a member of the Cardozo chapter of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society. Capitalizing on his undergraduate education, Casey was involved in the annual Law Revue show as both a performer and co-director. He also produced a show in the New York International Fringe Festival.

Outside of school, Casey interned for the Pro Bono Consumer Bankruptcy Project at the New York City Bar Association’s City Bar Justice Center and served on the Board of Directors of SYREN Modern Dance.

• Author, "Massive Data Breach Means it is Time to Change Your Password. Again." Newmeyer & Dillion, January 24, 2019.
• Co-Author, “The Marriott Breach: What Happened and What Should You Do About It?” Newmeyer & Dillion, November 30, 2018.

• Selected as a Mountain States Rising Star by Super Lawyers, 2016-2019

• Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, J.D., 2007; concentration in intellectual property and communications law
• Idaho State University, B.A., 2004

• New York, 2008
• Nevada, 2008
• Arizona, 2015

• State Bar of Nevada, 2016 Chair of the Construction Law Section
• Clark County Bar Association