Hutchison & Steffen Announces Three Attorneys

LAS VEGAS – Three attorneys have joined the law firm of Hutchison & Steffen as Associates, Firm co-founder and managing partner, John T. Steffen, and co-founder, Mark H. Hutchison, announced.

The three additions – Sandra S. Robertson, Piers R. Tueller, and Jennifer M.K. Willis – are based in the Las Vegas office of Hutchison & Steffen, one of the largest and most respected law firms in the State of Nevada.

Sandra S. Robertson is a member of the business and commercial litigation, tort litigation, insurance coverage and professional liability practice groups. Robertson is a graduate of Eastern Illinois University with a degree in English. She received her Juris Doctorate from DePaul University College of Law, Chicago, Illinois in 1994. While in law school, Robertson studied international law at University College Dublin, in Dublin, Ireland. Notably, Robertson served as General Counsel for the Nevada Insurance Guarantee Association, where she was not only responsible for all litigation, but also for drafting proposed legislation.

Piers R. Tueller practices primarily in the Firm’s litigation and administrative and regulatory law practice groups. Tueller is a graduate of Brigham Young University-Idaho, with a degree in Political Sciences and Foreign Affairs. He received his Juris Doctorate from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Tueller attended Baylor University School of Law before his transfer to UNLV. While in law school, Tueller worked as a law clerk at several government agencies, including the Gaming Division of the Nevada Attorney General’s Office, where he assisted in drafting the Attorney General Opinion on Daily Fantasy Sports.

Jennifer M.K. Willis practices mainly asset protection and business planning, and trust and probate litigation. Willis graduated magna cum laude from the University of Utah in 2001, with dual B.S. degrees in Political Science and Speech Communications. She received her Juris from Boston College Law School in 2004. While in law school, Willis worked for Greater Boston Legal Services, where she was a student practitioner assisting battered women to obtain restraining orders and divorces from their batterers.