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

Nevada’s “Top Rank Attorneys” 2024

McDonald Carano proudly announces that 15 of our attorneys are recognized as “Top Rank Attorneys” in Nevada Business Magazine’s 2024 list of the State’s top attorneys as voted by their peers. Demonstrating the depth and breadth of our legal expertise and professional leadership, the 15 McDonald Carano attorneys are from both our Reno and Las Vegas offices and represent all of our statewide practice groups. These distinguished attorneys are among the top vote-getters from several thousand nominations.

Nevada Business Magazine describes the list as “representing the best of the best in the legal industry. The lawyers who make it on the list are at the top of their fields.” We also congratulate Karyna Armstrong, Kiley Harrison, Chelsea Latino, and Jane Susskind on receiving additional recognition as “Best Up & Coming Attorneys.” Best Up & Coming Attorneys are under 40 years of age and licensed to practice in Nevada for 10 years or less.

The list is created from a peer review survey of attorneys admitted to practice in Nevada. Nominees are scored on the number and type of votes received. Votes from within an attorney’s own firm receive a score of one and votes from another firm receive a weighted score of three. Each attorney on the list had to receive enough votes to qualify and had to pass verification and standing review with the State Bar of Nevada.

McDonald Carano congratulates the following attorneys for receiving this prestigious peer recognition.

  • Matt Addison, Partner, Reno Office Managing Partner – Construction Law & Litigation, Commercial & Complex Litigation
  • Robert Armstrong, Partner, Reno Office – Trust & Estates, Business Entities & Transactions, Tax Law, and Trust, Estate & Fiduciary Litigation
  • Karyna Armstrong, Associate, Las Vegas Office – Appellate, Commercial & Complex Litigation
  • Kelci Binau, Associate, Reno Office – Gaming & Administrative Law, Business Entities & Transactions
  • Eric Duhon, Associate, Reno Office – Business Entities & Transactions, Real Estate & Land Use
  • John Fortin, Associate, Las Vegas Office – Appellate, Commercial & Complex Litigation
  • Kristen Gallagher, Partner, Las Vegas Office – Employment & Labor Law, Commercial & Complex Litigation
  • Adam Hosmer-Henner, Partner, Reno Office – Appellate; Commercial & Complex Litigation; Gaming & Administrative Law; Trust, Estate & Fiduciary Litigation
  • Rory Kay, Partner, Las Vegas Office – Appellate, Commercial & Complex Litigation, Employment & Labor Law
  • Mark Knobel, Partner, Reno Office – Trust & Estates, Business Entities & Transactions, Tax Law, and Trust, Estate & Fiduciary Litigation
  • Chelsea Latino, Partner, Reno Office – Appellate, Commercial & Complex Litigation, Employment & Labor Law
  • Phil Mannelly, Partner, Reno Office – Construction Law & Litigation, Commercial & Complex Litigation, Employment & Labor Law
  • Jane Susskind, Associate, Reno Office – Appellate, Commercial & Complex Litigation
  • Katrina Weil, Associate, Reno Office – Appellate, Commercial & Complex Litigation
  • Ryan Works, Partner, Las Vegas Office – Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Financial Restructuring; Commercial & Complex Litigation

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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