McDonald Carano Attorney Adam Hosmer-Henner Named to Reno Tahoe YPN Twenty Under 40 List for 2020
Reno, NV (December 3, 2020) — McDonald Carano is pleased to announce that attorney Adam Hosmer-Henner has been named to the 2020 Reno Tahoe Young Professionals Network’s Twenty Under 40 List.
“We are not surprised to see Adam honored for his significant achievements so early in his career,” said Matt Addison, Managing Partner, of McDonald Carano’s Reno office. “He is representative of the rising talent at the Firm and the next generation of attorneys leading us into the future.”
Adam Hosmer-Henner is a litigation and appellate partner who represents Nevada’s largest companies in high-stakes cases throughout the state. He maintains an active pro bono practice and was named Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year by the United States District Court for the District of Nevada.
The Twenty Under 40 List recognizes exceptional young community leaders and is coordinated by the Reno Tahoe Young Professionals Network.
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