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Construction Laws and Customs: Nevada

03.03.2017

Prompt Payment Acts and Retainage 1. Does your state have any statutes governing the timing of payments to contractors or subcontractors on publicly owned or financed construction projects? If so,…

McDonald Carano Welcomes Prominent Gaming Attorney Dennis Gutwald

03.02.2017

Las Vegas (March 2, 2017) McDonald Carano announced today that Dennis Gutwald has joined the Firm’s Gaming & Administrative Law Group. Dennis has over 20 years of experience counseling premier…

Connecting The Dots: Lobbyists Line Up Clients As 2017 Session Tees Off

02.07.2017

Nevada lawmakers come and go, but one thing remains the same year after year in Carson City — the hordes of mostly well-dressed, well-spoken lobbyists who do their best to…

SNHB Readies for Nevada 2017 Legislative Session

01.23.2017

Homebuilders in Southern Nevada could face ripples, and potentially cause their own, during the Nevada 2017 legislative session in Carson City, set to begin Feb. 6. During a gathering at…

Hosmer-Henner Named Partner At McDonald Carano

01.18.2017

Adam Hosmer-Henner, an attorney in the Reno law office of McDonald Carano, has been elected as a partner within the firm. Hosmer-Henner practices in the firm’s complex business litigation and…

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