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Josh Hicks, Chair of McDonald Carano’s Government Affairs & Advocacy Group, was interviewed on Nevada Newsmakers about critical and controversial issues of the day. Nevada Newsmakers is the premier state-wide non-partisan news and political broadcast that features discussions with and…
Hyatt vs. CA State Franchise Tax Board:
Complete defense judgment, $2M+ million awarded in costs, 24 years of litigation
After a complete defense victory, on April 6, 2022, the Clark County District Court awarded McDonald Carano’s client $2,262,815.56 in recoverable costs, representing a celebratory conclusion to more than 24 years of litigation in a case that also overturned U.S….
McDonald Carano Awarded Recertification in Meritas,
the Leading Global Alliance of Independent Business Law Firms
McDonald Carano proudly announces earning recertification in Meritas, the leading global alliance of independent full-service business law firms. McDonald Carano joined Meritas in 1990 as a founding member and we continue to be the only Nevada member firm serving the…
McDonald Carano congratulates our client Liberty Media Corporation on bringing Formula One racing to the Las Vegas Strip beginning 2023. “We are proud to work with Liberty Media to help bring the pinnacle of global motorsport to the world’s iconic…
On March 10, the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division issued a Field Assistance Bulletin (FAB) titled “Protecting Workers from Retaliation,” which signals that the DOL will be more aggressively pursuing investigations and litigation for violations of federal…
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