Disputes over water in the Inter-Mountain region is the stuff of movies and novels. In Arizona, Nevada and Colorado it remains a real and critical commodity for economic growth and our quality of life.
Federal, state and local governments regulate entitlement to and use of water, and competition for this precious resource generates controversies for business and industry, an area where experienced and able legal guidance is key.
Fennemore Craig has 130 years of experience representing clients in minerals development.
A full business law firm with nearly 200 attorneys, we assist and advise clients on all aspects of mineral development. Our work for clients encompasses projects throughout the United States, Mexico, Canada and South America, the Pacific Rim, the Republic of South Africa and elsewhere around the world.
As legal professionals, we recognize and appreciate the value of entrepreneurship and innovation, and are committed to providing efficient, straightforward and business-oriented solutions that facilitate success and avoid pitfalls while recognizing that early capital is precious and expensive.
The Fennemore Craig Venture Accelerator Program focuses on start-ups by providing access to legal services, as well as helping to launch their enterprises.
Our Real Estate Practice is one of the largest in the Mountain West and encompasses all aspects of real estate, from acquisition and finance, through development, leasing and sale.
Fennemore Craig’s Real Estate Practice experience spans numerous industries and types of transactions, ranging from complex national and international multi-level credit arrangements to small business and personal loans in both the real estate and commercial finance industries.
The firm’s attorneys have diverse legal knowledge and experience in the areas of federal and state regulation and contracting.
Ann Morgan began representing the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority as their General Counsel.
Fennemore Craig's extensive knowledge of the relationship between Airport Authority, TSA, airlines, concessionaires and contractors together with our knowledge of the interplay between federal and state laws and regulations.
Manufacturing is the backbone of Nevada's economy, employing more than 56,000 workers at over 1,800 companies.
In manufactured goods exports in 2016.
Manufacturing helps drive Arizona's economy by creating jobs and bolstering an already strong economy. Computer and electronic equipment and components are Arizona's most important manufactured goods.
A law firm in tune with the business engine, Fennemore Craig has helped the West’s entrepreneurs as well as its largest businesses for more than 130 years.