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Summertime and the Livin’s Liable: The Legal Risks of Fun in the Sun

July 2019, The Good Life of South Reno Summer is here and for many, it’s the most action-packed time of the year. But as lawyers know all too well, summertime is…

Potential Risk Considerations for Gaming Operators in Japan

June 26, 2019, G3 Newswire, by Lewis AG Burnett, Partner, Gaming and Administrative Law Group, McDonald Carano, former Chairman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, speaks exclusively to G3 about the challenges…

Finance – Preparing for the Future

June 6, 2019, Northern Nevada Business View, Breakfast and Business Series Panel Discussion “Law in Northern Nevada” was the focus of the Northern Nevada Business View’s Breakfast & Business panel discussion…

Administrative Deference in Judicial Review Cases

June 1, 2019, The Writ, “Appellate Briefs” –Briefs submitted to the Nevada Supreme Court must contain a “concise statement of the applicable standard of review.” NRAP 28(a)(10)(B). This requirement is not…

McDonald Carano 2019 Mountain States Super Lawyers & Rising Stars

Las Vegas, Nevada, May 31, 2019 – McDonald Carano LLP is pleased to announce that twelve attorneys from the firm were recognized as 2019 Mountain States Super Lawyers, and three…

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