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McDonald Carano is Nevada's law firm for innovative business, legal, regulatory and tax solutions. Our dedication to clients, innovative thinking and practical solutions based in sound business and legal judgment are at the heart of our practice. Our legal prowess and undeniable industry knowledge in a region that is constantly evolving gives our clients the confidence they need to retain us again and again.

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Nevada’s Sports Betting Model Protects Consumers

September 26, 2018, Gaming Reports Inc. Earlier this year, the Supreme Court ruled in Murphy v NCAA that a federal ban on sports betting was unconstitutional, giving each state and...

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‘This is Not a Criminal Trial,’ Ford’s Lawyer Tells Judiciary Republicans

September 25, National Law Journal, by Erin Mulvaney There’s a wide divide between a public hearing showcasing Ford’s claims and Kavanaugh’s denial and an investigation into sensitive matters such as...

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South Dakota v. Wayfair: What’s Next in Nevada?

RAN Newsletter, August 1, 2018 Last month, the United State Supreme Court issued its opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.  The decision overruled a 1992 case affirming that a seller...

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4 Crucial Employment Law Questions For Dealmakers

Law360, July 30, 2018, By Braden Campbell — From hidden legal liabilities to high-priced compensation pacts for soon-to-be redundant executives, there’s a veritable minefield of employment-related issues capable of stalling...

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McDonald Carano Highlighted in Chambers USA Rankings

May 9, 2018 Las Vegas, NV – Chambers USA, one of the leading legal ratings agencies in the United States, has released its 2018 rankings. McDonald Carano again received high...

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Attorney Profile

Curt Ledford

Curt Ledford’s practice is focused on utility, administrative, corporate, cooperative, and regulatory law, as well as general matters affecting energy developments, generation facilities, renewable energy, and Nevada’s utilities.  Prior to joining...

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