Adam Hosmer-Henner Receives “Up & Coming” Recognition from Chambers USA
McDonald Carano congratulates Adam Hosmer-Henner on receiving the prestigious “Up & Coming” ranking in Commercial Litigation from Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, the legal profession’s highly respected guide for helping businesses select outside counsel. Chambers rankings are based on an attorney’s “legal knowledge and experience, ability, effectiveness and client service.” During the evaluation process, clients described Adam to Chambers researchers as “an extremely talented and hard-working attorney. Adam is outstanding in every sense. He’s super smart, a great lawyer and likes to win.”
In addition to Adam’s “Up & Coming” recognition in Chambers, he also is included in The American Lawyer’s “Trailblazers West” report, the Reno-Tahoe Young Professionals Network’s “Twenty Under 40 Awards” list, Nevada Business Magazine’s “Legal Elite/Top Ranked Attorneys” list, the Best Lawyers in America’s list of Commercial Litigation attorneys, and Super Lawyers Magazine’s “Rising Stars” list. He also recently received a Vince Consul Memorial Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada and has been named Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year by the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada.
Adam’s high-profile cases include representing former Raiders head coach Jon Gruden in his lawsuit against the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell as reported in the following news articles.
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