Ms. Landrum joined the firm in 2001, and became a partner in 2006. In 2000, Ms. Landrum relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada, to join a boutique litigation firm specializing in complex civil litigation (including multi-district litigation), class actions, commercial and business litigation, construction defect litigation on behalf of homeowners and homeowner associations, CC&R enforcement and interpretation, land use, trademark litigation, personal injury and wrongful death. Ms. Landrum has also drafted proposed changes for NRS Chapter 116 at the request of homeowner interest groups to submit to the Nevada Legislature.
Currently, the primary focus of her practice is in defending developer, general contractor and subcontractors in construction defect litigation, injury and premise liability suits. Ms. Landrum remains involved in other complex civil litigation involving transactional disputes and environmental torts, as well as employment law and plaintiff injury. She has extensive experience in all stages of litigation including Appeals and has handled matters through verdict along with a successful defense decision through binding Arbitration. Ms. Landrum’s practice extends throughout Southern Nevada, Northern Nevada and Northern California.
Originally, a native of the Northern California Peninsula Bay Area, Ms. Landrum moved on to University of California at Santa Barbara where she received a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Sociology in 1996. Ms. Landrum later attended California Western School of Law in San Diego, and received her Juris Doctorate in 1999. While in law school, Ms. Landrum was a recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship from 1996 through 1999. After immediately becoming licensed in California, Ms. Landrum originally practiced in the fields of domestic litigation, personal injury and administrative law.
In addition to her active memberships with the State Bars of Nevada and California, Ms. Landrum is admitted to practice before the United States District Courts, Southern District of California and District of Nevada. Ms. Landrum helped spearhead the Southern Nevada construction defect bar’s current efforts to arrive at uniform protocols involving case management and mediation. She has served as a speaker for professional seminars regarding insurance and additional insured endorsements as well as the state of the law in complex construction defect litigation.
Ms. Landrum holds the highest Martindale-Hubbell Preeminent AV Peer Review Rating.