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Matt Addison, Managing Partner of McDonald Carano’s Reno office, was interviewed by Of Counsel magazine for its annual report on “What’s Hot, What’s Not: A Projection of Growing and Slowing Practices in 2022.” The nationwide interview includes leaders of firms…
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….
One of the most common and most important questions about conducting internal investigations is whether the complainant and/or the employee accused of wrongdoing should be placed on paid or unpaid administrative leave. After answering those key questions, two additional related…
It is with great sadness that we share the difficult news of the passing of Tim Rowe, a longtime partner in McDonald Carano’s Reno office and a pillar of the Firm for more than 30 years. Tim fought a courageous…
McDonald Carano Serves as Special Nevada Gaming Counsel
for Hard Rock’s $1 B Acquisition of The Mirage Hotel and Casino
On December 13, Hard Rock International announced its agreement to acquire the operations of The Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas for $1.075 billion and enter into a long-term lease agreement with VICI Properties Inc. for the real estate…
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