Celebrating 75 Years of Serving Nevada’s Legal, Business, Government, and Civic Communities

Helping to Expand and Diversify the Local Business Community

McDonald Carano is an annual Presidential Gold sponsor of the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada. Our long-term involvement in EDAWN is led by Matt Addison, Managing Partner of our Reno office, and Leigh Goddard who recently served on EDAWN’s Board of Trustees for more than ten years as well as serving as McDonald Carano’s representative in EDAWN’s President’s Circle. 

The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada is a private/public partnership established in 1983 that is committed to:

  • Adding quality jobs to the region by recruiting new companies
  • Supporting the success of existing companies
  • Assisting newly forming companies
  • Diversifying the economy in the Greater Reno-Sparks area

McDonald Carano provides all the legal and government affairs services the business community needs to succeed.

  • Business Entities & Transactions
  • Commercial & Complex Litigation
  • Employment & Labor Law
  • Government Affairs & Advocacy
  • Energy, Environment & Natural Resources
  • Real Estate & Land Use
  • Construction Law & Litigation
  • Trust & Estates Law and Litigation
  • Tax Law

About McDonald Carano

In 2024, McDonald Carano celebrates 75 years of serving Nevada’s legal, business, government, and civic communities. More than 60 lawyers and government relations professionals serve Nevada, national, and international clients from our offices in Reno, Las Vegas, and Carson City. McDonald Carano provides legal services and government affairs and advocacy advice to startups, corporations, private companies, trade associations, nonprofits, public entities, high-net-worth individuals, and family offices throughout Nevada. We are proud to be your Nevada law firm since 1949.

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