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Up & Coming Business Person Recognition in Best In Business Contest
Northern Nevada Business Weekly announced the results of its 2022 Best In Business contest and two McDonald Carano attorneys received the two highest numbers of votes in the “Up & Coming Business Person” category. We proudly congratulate Phil Mannelly and…
Jane Susskind Receives “Ones to Watch” Recognition from Best Lawyers in America
McDonald Carano congratulates Jane Susskind on receiving “Ones to Watch” recognition from The Best Lawyers in America 2023 in Appellate Practice and Commercial Litigation. The award recognizes “extraordinary lawyers who have been in private practice for less than 10 years…
Nevada’s Largest Team of Business Litigation Super Lawyers
McDonald Carano congratulates Jim Bradshaw, Pat Lundvall, George Ogilvie, Jeff Silvestri and Amanda Yen for being recognized as Business Litigation Super Lawyers in the 2022 edition of Mountain States Super Lawyers. With five lawyers on the list, McDonald Carano has…
Bud Hicks and Greg Giordano Receive Super Lawyers Recognition in 2022
McDonald Carano congratulates Bud Hicks and Greg Giordano for their inclusion on the list of Gaming Law Super Lawyers in the 2022 edition of Mountain States Super Lawyers! The Mountain States Super Lawyers list covers Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Utah and…
Pat Lundvall Receives 12th Annual Recognition in Top 50 Women Super Lawyers List
McDonald Carano congratulates Pat Lundvall, Chair of our Commercial & Complex Litigation Practice, on her 12th consecutive annual recognition in the “Top 50 Women Super Lawyers” list for the Mountain States region which includes Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming….
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