LAS VEGAS – Chris Kaempfer, a partner with Kaempfer Crowell, was mentioned in a July 22, 2021 article by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.  The article discussed the Oakland Athletics’ land search in the Las Vegas Valley for a new ballpark.  The Oakland A’s have enlisted Chris Kaempfer to assist in the search and “help break down the parcels and their possible uses.”

Las Vegas Review Journal:
Architect helps A’s envision what a Las Vegas ballpark could offer

Chris Kaempfer is a senior partner of the firm and the founder of the firm’s well-recognized and distinguished Land Use and Governmental Relations Department. Chris has been practicing land use law in Nevada for over 40 years and has personally argued precedent setting land use cases in both state and federal court.  Over the years, Chris’ practice has been devoted primarily to the areas of land use and zoning law, administrative law, governmental affairs, sports law, and real estate and construction law.

With offices in Las Vegas, Reno and Carson City, Kaempfer Crowell is recognized as one of Nevada’s top law firms for Government Relations, Land Use & Zoning, Litigation, Gaming, Energy & Natural Resources, Real Estate, Bankruptcy, Telecommunications, and Labor & Employment. The firm has more than 30 practicing attorneys, the majority of whom are native and long-term Nevadans. Kaempfer Crowell’s lawyers counsel top corporations, business owners and individuals. The firm’s attorneys are routinely rated among The Best Lawyers in America© and Chambers USA.