Chambers USA Ranks Andy Gabriel for 15th Consecutive Year
McDonald Carano congratulates Andy Gabriel on his 15th consecutive year of being ranked in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. In addition to earning individual recognition in both Corporate/Commercial Law and Real Estate Law, Andy co-chairs these two practice groups which also each received consecutive years of highly regarded Band 1 and Band 2 rankings. During the evaluation process, clients described Andy to Chambers researchers as a “particularly well-respected attorney,” “very strong lawyer,” “problem solver” and “very easy to work with.” Andy is the only lawyer in Nevada who co-chairs two practice groups that both received Band rankings from Chambers.
Andy’s legal expertise and leadership in the legal profession are also recognized by Martindale-Hubbell, which has awarded him the highest AV Preeminent Peer Review rating since 2012, The Best Lawyers in America, which awarded him the “Lawyer of the Year” in Corporate Law in 2022, and Vegas Inc. magazine which awarded him “Top Lawyers” recognition in Real Estate Law in 2022.
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