Legal Elite 2021: Nevada’s Top Attorneys
McDonald Carano proudly congratulates Adam Hosmer-Henner, Chelsea Latino, Brian Pick, Brian Schusterman, and Ryan Works for being selected to Nevada Business magazine’s list of “Legal Elite 2021: The Silver State’s Top Attorneys.” Chelsea Latino is additionally recognized as a “Best Up & Coming Nevada Attorney.”
Now in its fourteenth year, Legal Elite is an annual list showcasing Nevada lawyers who “represent the best of the best and have been recognized by their peers for their work and dedication to the legal field.” The Legal Elite list includes only the top 3 percent of attorneys in Nevada. McDonald Carano congratulates our distinguished attorneys featured among the 2021 Legal Elite.
- Adam Hosmer-Henner, Partner — Appellate, Commercial & Complex Litigation, Gaming & Administrative Law, and Trust, Estate, & Fiduciary Litigation
- Chelsea Latino, Associate — Commercial & Complex Litigation, Employment & Labor Law, and Appellate
- Brian Pick, Partner — Emerging Industries & Organizations, Real Estate & Land Use, and Business Entities & Transactions
- Brian Schusterman, Partner — Business Entities & Transactions, Emerging Industries & Organizations, and Real Estate & Land Use
- Ryan Works, Partner — Bankruptcy, Insolvency, & Financial Restructuring and Commercial & Complex Litigation
About McDonald Carano
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