About Us

About our attorneys:

Garry Hayes  has been practicing law in Nevada for thirty years.  He is a graduate of Brigham Young University Law School.  Mr. Hayes has appeared in the following courts, commissions, boards, etc.

Nevada State District Courts throughout Nevada, The Federal District Court for the District of Nevada, The Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada,   Private and Court Ordered Arbitrations, Nevada Gaming Commission, Nevada Gaming Control Board, Clark County Commission, Clark County Planning Commission, City Council Las Vegas, Las Vegas Planning Commission, Bureau of Land Management, Interior Board of Land appeals, Nevada Real Estate Division, Henderson City Council, Henderson Planning Commission, Mesquite City Council, Pahrump Town Board, Clark County Board of Equalization, Nevada State Board of Equalization, Nevada Dairy Commission, Nevada Tax Commission, Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, Nevada Department of Transportation, Nevada Gaming Policy Committee, Nevada State Contractors Board.

Garry Hayes  has appeared before the Nevada Supreme Court  many times.  These are the decisions in those cases:

Enterprise Citizens Committee v. Clark County, 918 P.2d 305 (1996)

Pahrump v. Nye County, 773 P.2d 1224 (1989)

Goodrich & Pennington Mortgage Fund v. J.R. Woolard, Inc., 101 P.3d 792 (2004)

Southern Nevada Homebuilders Assn. v. Clark County, 117 P.3d 171 (2005)

Logandale Citizens v. Clark County (unpublished)



Martin Welsh


Larson Welsh

Larson Andrew Welsh grew up in Henderson and graduated from Green Valley High School. Larson then attended Utah State University, graduating in 2007.  He graduated from the UNLV Boyd School of Law in 2011.

Larson focuses his current practice on civil litigation and creditor’s rights, which includes landlord/tenant law, consumer collection and collecting judgments.

Larson has a broad range of civil litigation experience.  Larson has actively litigated cases in the following areas of law: Title VII (employment discrimination); the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA); the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977; Fair Debt Collection Practices Act; Fair Credit Reporting Act; and the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.

Larson has also represented clients before various Nevada Administrative Agencies, including the Nevada Labor Commissioner and the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.

Outside the office, Larson coaches youth basketball, teaches Sunday school and is active in local political campaigns. He enjoys the outdoors, basketball, playing piano and spending time with family.

Court Admissions:

  • Nevada;
  • District Court of Nevada;



Megan McHenry (of counsel)