Up & Coming Business Person Recognition in Best In Business Contest
Northern Nevada Business Weekly announced the results of its 2022 Best In Business contest and two McDonald Carano attorneys received the two highest numbers of votes in the “Up & Coming Business Person” category. We proudly congratulate Phil Mannelly and Adam Hosmer-Henner on this recognition of their professional leadership, achievements for clients, and contributions to the community. The annual Best In Business contest determines “which business leaders and companies have had the biggest impact in the Northern Nevada business community.”
The contest included a nomination period and a voting period, both of which were open to the public and handled by an independent third-party platform through the Northern Nevada Business Weekly website. Congratulations to Phil and Adam for this outstanding recognition!
The complete list of winners in all 29 contest categories is available here, including McDonald Carano LLP receiving 1st place in the Law Firm category and 1st place as the Most Philanthropic Company with more than 30 employees.
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