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How Our Reno Office Responded to the New COVID Workplace
McDonald Carano and Matt Addison, Managing Partner of our Reno office, are featured in a Reno Gazette Journal article that reports on the impact the COVID pandemic continues to have on the real estate office market, causing some businesses to…
Gauging the Pandemic’s Impact on Bankruptcies:
What Has, Hasn’t, and Has Yet to Happen?
Ryan Works, Chair of McDonald Carano’s Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Financial Restructuring Practice, was interviewed by Las Vegas Weekly magazine to share his experience, insights, and outlook for the impact of the pandemic on bankruptcy filings. As Ryan explained, while the…
Status of Biden Administration’s
for Federal Contractors
On January 12, 2023, a Sixth Circuit panel upheld but narrowed a court’s block on the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal contractors, agreeing to stop the policy from being enforced against Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee but not all…
for Large Employers,
Allows Healthcare Worker Mandate
The Biden Administration issued COVID-19 vaccine mandates for (1) private businesses with 100 or more employees and (2) certain healthcare workers. During the past few months, these federal vaccine requirements for the workplace have alternated between being blocked and unblocked…
George Ogilvie Shares His Insights
on the Current and Future
Impact of COVID on
the Legal Profession
George Ogilvie, Managing Partner of McDonald Carano, participated in a roundtable meeting of the leaders of Nevada’s most influential law firms to discuss the impact of COVID on the legal community and what the future holds for the legal profession….
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