Daniel Aquino Receives “Ones to Watch” Recognition in Three Practice Areas from Best Lawyers in America 2023
McDonald Carano congratulates Dan Aquino on receiving “Ones to Watch” recognition from The Best Lawyers in America 2023 in three practice areas – Appellate, Commercial Litigation, and Labor & Employment Litigation. The award recognizes “extraordinary lawyers who have been in private practice for less than 10 years for outstanding professional excellence.” Ones to Watch recognition is based on peer review and only one lawyer receives the recognition for achieving the highest peer review ratings in one or more specific areas of practice and in one geographic region. Dan received the recognition for the Las Vegas metropolitan region.
Dan also received “Rising Stars” recognition in Employment Litigation Defense in Mountain States Super Lawyers 2022. Dan is one of only five Rising Star attorneys recognized in Employment Litigation Defense in the entire five-state Mountain States region and he is the only Rising Star attorney recognized in Employment Litigation Defense in the entire state of Nevada.
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