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Pat Lundvall Receives Women Inspiring Nevada Award
McDonald Carano congratulates Pat Lundvall, Chair of the Commercial & Complex Litigation Practice, on receiving a Women Inspiring Nevada award from Vegas Inc. that recognizes women leaders who “have the authority and power to move the needle in their business,…
Celebrating Pioneers: Pat Lundvall
is the First Attorney Certified as a
Civil Trial Advocacy Specialist
by the State Bar of Nevada
McDonald Carano honors the more than 20 years of local and national recognition Pat Lundvall has received for her litigation expertise in the legal profession. In 2001, Pat became Board Certified in Civil Trial Law and Civil Practice Advocacy by…
Chambers Awards High Ranking to Pat Lundvall and our Commercial and Complex Litigation Practice
McDonald Carano proudly announces that Chambers USA 2021 has ranked our Commercial & Complex Litigation Practice in the highly regarded Band 1 category, which is Chambers’ most prestigious recognition of “legal knowledge and experience, ability, effectiveness, and client service.” The Band 1 ranking…
McDonald Carano Attorneys and Practices Achieve High Ranks in Chambers USA 2021
May 28, 2021 – McDonald Carano is pleased to announce that Chambers has again recognized numerous McDonald Carano Practice Groups and individual lawyers in its Chambers USA Guide 2021. Chambers is widely recognized as the preeminent ranking organization of the…
McDonald Carano Practice Groups and Attorneys Recognized in Chambers USA 2019 Rankings
April 29, 2019 – Chambers USA, one of the leading legal ratings agencies in the United States, has released its 2019 rankings. McDonald Carano again ranks as one of the leading Nevada law firms with multiple practice areas and individual…
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