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McDonald Carano Named One of the Country’s “Best Law Firms”

Nov. 1, 2018, Las Vegas, NV – McDonald Carano, Nevada’s law firm for businesses and high-net-worth individuals, is pleased to announce the firm has been named one of the country’s…

Cannabis and Public Records – The Next Block on the Chain?

Nov 1, 2018, Northern Nevada Business View When Nevada leaped into the world of distributed ledgers and cryptocurrencies following the passage of SB398 (commonly referred to as Nevada’s blockchain bill)…

You Still Have to Follow the Rules

November 1, 2018, The Writ, “Appellate Briefs” How does a plaintiff go from winning $6,000,000 after trial to having the entire case dismissed eight years later after an appeal?  One…

RGJ Investigates: Somersett Rock Wall Failures in Reno Test Nevada Construction Defect Law

Oct 22, 2018, Reno Gazette Journal, by Jason Hidalgo Desert shrubs and three small pine trees dotted a dirt slope overlooking the Somersett Golf and Country Club one morning in…

McDonald Carano Partner, A.G. Burnett, Honored with IMGL Outstanding Achievement Award

Las Vegas, NV (October 15, 2018) McDonald Carano is pleased to announce that A.G. Burnett, partner in the firm’s Gaming & Administrative Law Group, has been selected to receive the…

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