Daniel Aquino Joins McDonald Carano’s Commercial & Complex Litigation Group and Employment & Labor Law Group
June 14th, 2021 (Las Vegas) – McDonald Carano is pleased to announce that Daniel Aquino has joined the firm as an Of Counsel attorney in the Las Vegas office. He practices commercial and complex litigation with a focus on employment and labor law.
Mr. Aquino handles a wide variety of litigated employment law matters, including wage and hour disputes, employment discrimination, wrongful termination, and breach of contract claims proceeding in state and federal courts. He also routinely represents employers in proceedings before local, state, and federal administrative agencies and boards. Mr. Aquino handles cases through all phases of litigation, and has first-chaired bench and administrative trials, as well as private arbitrations.
Mr. Aquino provides preventive advice and daily operations-focused guidance to employers on personnel actions, non-compete agreements, compliance with wage and hour law, and employment contracts. He has worked extensively with employers of all sizes in a wide range of sectors, including hospitality, entertainment, higher education, healthcare, financial services, retail, and manufacturing.
Mr. Aquino’s litigation experience includes negligence, premises liability, and professional liability matters. He has successfully represented clients in appeals before the Nevada Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Aquino’s Nevada Supreme Court experience includes a published opinion in McClendon v. Collins, 132 Nev. Adv. Op. 28 (2016).
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