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Rob McPeak Receives Mentor in Real Estate Recognition
McDonald Carano congratulates Rob McPeak on his Mentor in Real Estate recognition from the Lied Center for Real Estate. The Lied Center is part of the Lee Business School at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, which focuses on excellence in…
John Fortin Receives Pro Bono Volunteer of the Month Award
McDonald Carano congratulates John Fortin on being recognized as Pro Bono Volunteer of the Month for November 2022 by the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada. The award recognizes John’s “hard work, dedication, and continued support of LACSN’s Pro Bono…
100% Associate Participation Recognition
We are proud to share our 100% Associate Participation certificate recognizing the donations made by every Associate in our Las Vegas office for the 2022 Associates Challenge fundraiser benefitting Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada. We honor our Associates for…
1st Place Law Firm and 1st Place Most Philanthropic Company in Best In Business Contest
Northern Nevada Business Weekly announced the results of its 2022 Best In Business contest and McDonald Carano LLP received the highest number of votes in two categories – Law Firm (1st place) and Most Philanthropic Company with more than 30…
Influential Leader Recognition in Best In Business Contest
On December 7, Northern Nevada Business Weekly announced the results of its 2022 Best In Business contest and three McDonald Carano team members are the three top vote getters in the “Influential Leader” category. We proudly congratulate Matt Addison, Ben…
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