Why Choose Us?

With over 100 attorneys in two Utah offices, Ray Quinney & Nebeker offers clients an experienced, talented, and diverse team of legal professionals whose objective is to make a meaningful contribution to our clients’ success.

To this end, we are guided by four key ideals:

In The News

Tolman Provides Commentary on Sentencing Reform | June 28, 2017

Brett Tolman, former U.S. Attorney for the State of Utah and long-time advocate for sentencing reform, delivered a commentary on June 28, 2017 entitled: Trump Should Reject Sessions’ Stance…

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New Utah History Book Highlights Supreme Court Brief | June 13, 2017

Utah historian J. Seth Anderson this month released a new book that highlights a U.S. Supreme Court amicus brief that was prepared by a team of lawyers…

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Thirty-Eight Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers® | June 13, 2017

Ray Quinney & Nebeker is pleased to announce that thirty-eight attorneys have been selected as 2017 Mountain States Super Lawyers and “Rising Stars.” Only the top five percent…

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Featured Practice

Employment and Labor Law and Litigation

The Firm has one of the largest practice groups focusing on employment and labor law in Utah. We represent clients in all areas of the workplace, including wage and hour issues, discrimination, labor relations, ERISA (employee…

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Attorney Highlight

Gavin M. Reese

Mr. Reese is a Shareholder and the Chair of the Firm's Corporate and Securities Section.  Mr. Reese assists clients with general corporate law and mergers and acquisitions, business entity selection and formation, and securities matters.  He represents numerous companies in connection with their day-to-day legal operations, and has experience in drafting asset purchase agreements, merger agreements, private placement memorandums, information memorandums, subscription agreements, shareholder agreements, and the various ancillary agreements that accompany a merger or acquisition, including complex disclosure schedules. Mr....

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