Award-Winning Law Firm in Reno Announces New Name: Fletcher & Lee

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The new name also includes a new firm logo, website, and complete rebranding. 

Elizabeth Fletcher, Esq. and Cecilia Lee, Esq. are thrilled to announce the new name for their Reno-based firm: Fletcher & Lee.

Elizabeth Fletcher and Cecilia Lee began practicing together in 2014 and formed the women-owned, boutique law firm formerly known as Lee High Ltd. in Reno in 2015. Elizabeth Fletcher and Cecilia Lee remain as the primary lawyers for all clients of the firm, with the continued support of Elizabeth Dendary, certified paralegal by the National Association of Legal Assistants. This announcement comes with a refreshed brand and website.

The firm name has changed to Fletcher & Lee to reflect Elizabeth Fletcher’s return to her family name. The name has changed, but the committed team is the same.

Fletcher & Lee focuses on the practice of business and bankruptcy law, and includes representation of debtors, secured creditors, unsecured creditors, committees, and trustees.

Committed to providing personalized and cost-conscious service in each case to address the particular needs of each client, they have provided legal services for a wide range of industries, businesses, financial institutions, governmental entities, not-for-profit organizations, and individuals.   Fletcher & Lee advises clients in all aspects of the debtor-creditor relationship including bankruptcy cases, bankruptcy appeals, insolvency law, collections and receiverships.

About Elizabeth

Elizabeth is a Shareholder at Lee High, Ltd. and has been practicing law for over seventeen years. She is involved in numerous local community organizations and in her free time you can find her on the ski slopes, running races or spending time with her kids and two golden retriever puppies.

About Cecilia

Cecilia has nearly 30 years of experience practicing bankruptcy and commercial law. She has represented clients in all primary aspects of bankruptcy practice, including debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, committees and trustees in chapters 7, 11, 12 and 13. She has represented clients in all aspects of bankruptcy appeals, including to the U.S. Supreme Court.