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Mark Nelson

     Mark Nelson is an associate attorney at Carno Law Group. Mark represents construction companies and individuals to navigate the often complex world of construction disputes and contracts through careful planning, analysis of pertinent issues, negotiation with opposing parties, and when necessary, litigation.

     Prior to joining Carno Law Group, he served as counsel to business entities as well as law firms advising them on issues related to professional licensing. He is experienced in real estate, commercial leasing, and construction matters.


     Mark graduated from Western State University College of Law in 2014. He was active with the Business Law Association, Entertainment & Sports Law Society, and served as a panel speaker at the Career Paths to In-House Counsel seminar. He received his undergraduate degree in 2010 from California State University, Fullerton in Sociology, and served as a representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

Clayton Huntington

Clayton Huntington serves as Of Counsel at Carno Law Group. He is an experienced litigator representing for over 21 years with business operations and formations, construction law, business litigation, intellectual property and employment law.

Two of Clay’s favorite quotes: "Success is not final, failure is not fatal, it is the courage to continue that counts" and "Those who serve supreme causes must not consider what they can get, but what they can give." Sir. Winston Churchill. Clay has always tried to engage in activities that mattered and has enjoyed creating and growing departments in his work for others, always contributing to his community where possible and never giving up, even in difficult times.


Clay’s passion is to help small business owners and builders navigate the murky waters of business formation, employment law, contractor licensing issues, mechanics liens and construction law. He provides sage advice regarding Mechanics Liens, Stop Notice Claims, CSLB License issues, Construction Defect issues, Construction Litigation and Construction Insurance Risk Management. He is also very experienced in Business Formation and Employment Law Policy.


Clay is a member of California Association of Specialty Contractors (CALPASC).

Clay received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California at Irvine with honors in Biology and a Minor in Philosophy. Clay obtained a Certificate in Entrepreneurial Studies from Babson College. He is a graduate of Western State College of Law and was admitted to the California Bar in 1995.