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Litigation: Construction - Nevada
"He has a very good reputation in construction law cases, where he handles the larger matters." "A very experienced attorney with a very good reputation among both lawyers and judges."
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George F. Ogilvie III, a member of the firm’s Executive Committee, is the Managing Partner of McDonald Carano. His litigation practice involves complex construction and commercial disputes. His clients, including publicly traded multinational corporations, national and regional construction companies, and mid-size to large local businesses, have benefited from his experience as he has successfully first-chaired dozens of jury trials, bench trials, and private arbitrations, and numerous prevailing oral arguments before the Nevada Supreme Court. George regularly appears before the state and federal bench, as well as before various municipal boards and governmental agencies in Southern Nevada.
George’s construction work primarily involves public works projects and large private commercial projects, including contractor-owner disputes, general contractor-subcontractor disputes, and construction defects. He also acts on behalf clients regarding licensing, bonding, and lien issues. George was lead counsel for the general contractor in the $1.1 billion litigation involving the construction of Project CityCenter, and he was lead counsel for the general contractor in the litigation involving the $500 million Planet Hollywood Towers project. He additionally acted as lead counsel for the general contractor in litigation involving the River Mountains Water Treatment Facility and litigation involving the Raw Water Pumping System Expansion at Lake Mead.