Congratulating Ryan Works on 15 Consecutive Years of Awards and Recognitions!
McDonald Carano congratulates Ryan Works on 15 consecutive years of receiving awards and recognitions from numerous legal profession publications and ranking organizations! Ryan is Chair of our Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Financial Restructuring Practice, which is ranked Tier 1 in the 2023 edition of The Best Law Firms in America, and 2023 is the fifth consecutive year that Ryan is listed in The Best Lawyers in America. He is recognized in Best Lawyers in three practice areas – Bankruptcy Law, Bankruptcy Litigation, and Commercial Litigation.
In 2022, Ryan earned his twelfth consecutive year in Super Lawyers Magazine, two years as a “Rising Star” and ten years as a “Super Lawyer.” 2022 is also Ryan’s fourteenth consecutive year on Nevada Business Magazine’s “Legal Elite” list and he is one of only six bankruptcy lawyers on Vegas Inc.’s Top Las Vegas Lawyers list for 2022. Ryan has also received the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review rating since 2012. Las Vegas Weekly recently featured Ryan in an article titled “Pandemic Hasn’t Bankrupted Nevadans as Significantly as the Great Recession, So Far.”
We congratulate Ryan on receiving these prominent recognitions from clients and peers for his legal expertise, outstanding results, and excellent client service.
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