Rob McPeak: Top 10 Influential Nevada Real Estate Lawyers

McDonald Carano congratulates Rob McPeak on being included in Business Today’s list of the “Top 10 Influential Nevada Real Estate Lawyers Making Waves in 2023.” Business Today describes the top 10 list as “distinguished lawyers who have made their mark in the field of real estate law,” “have proven to be leaders with sterling accolades and consistent admirable feedback from clients,” “exhibit a deep dedication and commitment to their craft,” and “set the standard for the industry in Nevada.”

Business Today’s LinkedIn post (here) describes the attorneys on the list as “who’s who in the world of Nevada real estate law,” “the game changers in Nevada’s real estate law scene,” and “powerhouses who are truly making waves in the industry.” 

The complete Top 10 list is available here and Rob’s information is excerpted below. 

Robert McPeak offers his unparalleled services to clients in acquisitions and project financing, concentrating on commercial developments. He’s also adept with leasing matters. 

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