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A.G. Burnett Joins Board of Northern Nevada HOPES
McDonald Carano proudly shares the news that A.G. Burnett joined the Board of Directors of Northern Nevada HOPES. For more than 25 years Northern Nevada HOPES has been on the frontline of community health, caring for those with the fewest resources…
John Fortin Featured in Law360 Access to Justice Pro Bono Article
Law360 interviewed litigation attorney John Fortin about a pro bono case he is handling that could reshape the forfeiture process in Nevada. The Access to Justice article (provided below) is titled “Attorneys Work To Take The ‘Civil’ Out Of Civil…
NLRB Ruling Restricts Severance Agreements
UPDATE: In a March 22 memo to agency staff, the NLRB Office of the General Counsel answered 15 questions regarding the Board’s February 21 decision in McLaren Macomb. The decision is explained below. The Memo is available here. In a…
Celebrating International Women’s Day
McDonald Carano honored International Women’s Day by supporting women-owned businesses in Reno and Las Vegas. Organized by our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee, we enjoyed celebratory lunches from the Cheese Board in Reno and Letty’s De Leticia’s Cocina in Las…
Josh Hicks Elected to Chairman of the Board of Nevada Taxpayers Association
McDonald Carano congratulates Josh Hicks on his election to Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Nevada Taxpayers Association. Josh has been a member of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of NTA for more than 10 years. His…
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