Areas of Practice
- Business Entities & Transactions
- Commercial & Complex Litigation
- Construction Law & Litigation
- Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Financial Restructuring
- Emerging Industries & Organizations
- Employment & Labor Law
- Energy, Environment & Natural Resources Law
- Gaming & Administrative Law
- Government Affairs & Advocacy
- Real Estate & Land Use
- Tax Law
- Trust & Estates
McDonald Carano is Nevada’s law firm for business. Our firm has shaped the Nevada landscape for 70 years. With over 50 lawyers in our offices in Las Vegas and Reno, we are Nevada born and raised. Our attorneys are known for getting to yes in Nevada and beyond because of the relationships and trust we have cultivated over decades of practice. Entrepreneurial thinking is at the heart of our commercial law practice – and creativity makes up our institutional DNA. McDonald Carano is one of the only remaining large legacy firms in Nevada; our clients consistently value the firm’s longevity, consistency, commitment and grounded-ness. We are passionate about safeguarding our clients’ assets. Our legal prowess, deep roots, long tenure, unwavering stability, government affairs experience and undeniable specialized industry expertise in a region that is constantly evolving give our clients the confidence they need to retain us again and again.
Who We Serve
Our commitment to clients is unparalleled. McDonald Carano advises a selection of the Fortune 250 industrial and service corporations. We proudly represent Fortune 500 companies, as well as financial and governmental institutions, fast-growth and mid-market companies, entrepreneurs, start-up ventures and nonprofit organizations. The firm’s clients include individuals seeking to protect their hard-earned wealth under Nevada’s favorable tax laws, and entrepreneurs and investors focused on maximizing their stake in Nevada’s business-friendly economic and regulatory climate. We advise large and small local and regional start-ups and brick-and-mortar establishments, as well as domestic and international corporations involved in our world-renowned entertainment, hospitality and gaming industry. Our firm also serves high-tech and global corporations with operations and distribution centers throughout the state, as well as real estate owners and contractors involved in billions of dollars of infrastructure and other development projects.
What We Do
McDonald Carano means business. Our firm delivers cross-discipline, one-stop, commercial law and government affairs counsel. Our attorneys are problem-solvers who think outside of the box to close even the most complicated transactions. Our practice is about transparency and results; we protect our client’s position while getting the deal done. Our lawyers are inherently focused on each client’s specific business objectives and bottom line. We are unrestrained in terms of ingenuity, which is balanced with practical solutions based on historical perspective, experience, efficiency and agility. Our litigators are tireless advocates who have navigated through some of the most complex, contentious and high-stakes claims imaginable. Whether through careful negotiation, artful diplomacy, demonstrative advocacy, innovative trial tactics or artful appeal, our team regularly provides thoughtful, steadfast and strategic advice to every matter, every day.
McDonald Carano Ranked as a Leading Nevada Law Firm in 2020 Chambers USA and Chambers High Net Worth Guides
July 9, 2020 – McDonald Carano is pleased to announce Chambers has again listed the Firm as a highly ranked law firm in both the Chambers USA and Chambers High…
February, 12, 2020 — The lawyers and staff of McDonald Carano are deeply saddened by the passing of our long-time client and dear friend, Bob Cashell. Bob was a partner…
January 14, 2020–McDonald Carano is pleased to announce the promotion of attorneys Laura Jacobsen, Rory Kay and Amanda Perach to Partner, effective January 1, 2020. “We congratulate Laura, Rory and…
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