Reisman Sorokac was founded with the mission and guiding principle of providing high-quality, responsive, personalized representation.
While the Firm represents large national and international companies, it also represents local businesses and individuals. As an RS client, you are certain to receive our hands-on attention. We promise that your needs will be timely addressed and that the costs of your representation will be scrupulously managed.
Joshua H. Reisman is a former litigation partner of an Am Law 100 national law firm and has been an active trial lawyer in Clark County, Nevada, since 1999. His roots in Nevada, however, date back to 1972. Mr. Reisman has practiced law at a premier, white-collar litigation firm in New York City; and he has served as a law clerk to the Honorable Eric L. Clay, U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Honorable Jorge A. Solis, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas. Mr. Reisman has practiced law at the highest levels, representing large national and international companies in high-dollar, complex commercial litigation. He has even litigated cases of national importance before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Elizabeth M. Sorokac has over a decade of real-estate-focused legal experience in Southern Nevada. She has served as legal counsel at the center of some of Las Vegas’ biggest deals—during both the extreme highs and lows of the Las Vegas real estate market. Her wealth of experience includes positions with local government, boutique litigation and transactional law firms, and a large corporate firm; and she has functioned as in-house counsel for Southern Nevada’s largest master-plan developer. Ms. Sorokac’s highly-diverse legal career enables her to appreciate the individual perspectives and needs of a variety of clients, and to provide them with tailor-made representation and services.
The caliber and experience of Reisman Sorokac’s lawyers provides RS clients with big-firm-quality representation, while the Firm’s boutique business model permits a level of hands-on, client-focused representation that is unachievable by larger firms.