Robert McPeak Receives Chambers “Up and Coming” Award in Real Estate Law
McDonald Carano proudly announces that Chambers 2021 has recognized Robert McPeak as the “Up and Coming” lawyer in Nevada Real Estate Law. Chambers describes “Up and Coming” lawyers as those who are “at the forefront of their generation” and “driving their firm’s growth.” Robert practices primarily in commercial real estate, project finance, and business transactions.
Chambers research includes interviews with clients to assess client satisfaction and reputation in the market. Clients shared the following comments about Robert’s expertise with Chambers.
- “He is intelligent, thorough and ensures our interests are protected.”
- “He has both knowledge and vast experience across the state, is very responsive and takes things very seriously.”
- “He has knowledge beyond his years, particularly on development projects, and is highly regarded.”
Robert is also recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© in Real Estate Law, Construction Law, and Construction Litigation (2021, 2022).
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