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Mark Knobel Receives 10th Lawyer of the Year Award from Best Lawyers in America

McDonald Carano congratulates Mark Knobel on an excellent record of receiving ten Lawyer of the Year awards in five areas of expertise in seven years from The Best Lawyers in America! In Best Lawyers 2023, Mark earned a Lawyer of the Year award in Tax Law, which is his third Lawyer of the Year award in Tax Law (2023, 2019, 2016). He has also received two Lawyer of the Year awards in each of the following areas of practice – Corporate Law (2015, 2010), Nonprofit/Charities Law (2017, 2015), and Trust and Estates Litigation (2019, 2014). Mark received his first Lawyer of the Year award from Best Lawyers in 2014 and it was in Trust & Estates Law. 

In addition to a total of ten Lawyer of the Year awards, Mark has been recognized in Best Lawyers since 1997 Trust & Estates Law since 1997, Tax Law since 2007, Corporate Law since 2008, Trust & Estates Litigation since 2011, Nonprofit/Charities Law since 2013, and Business Organizations since 2020. Mark has also received the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review rating since 1993. 

We congratulate Mark for these outstanding awards and achievements.

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