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

Forty-Four RQ&N Attorneys Selected as “Utah Legal Elite” | February 25, 2017

Forty-four attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion on Utah Business Magazine’s 2017 list of “Utah Legal Elite:”

Banking/Financial
Kevin G. Glade
Michael D. Mayfield
Ellen J.D….

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Justin Toth Appointed to Serve on Advisory Committee to Utah Supreme Court | February 21, 2017

Justin Toth was appointed to serve on the Advisory Committee to the Utah Supreme Court on the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure on February 20, 2017. The…

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Elaina Maragakis Presents at Global Challenges in Cybersecurity Event | January 25, 2017

Elaina M. Maragakis, co-chair of Ray Quinney & Nebeker’s Cybersecurity and Privacy practice, was a panelist at Global Challenges in Cybersecurity with other cybersecurity and tech leaders including:  Michael Kaiser, executive director of…

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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

Angela E. Atkin

Ms. Atkin specializes in all aspects of estate, probate, and trust matters including: Preparation of Estate Planning Documents

  • Wills, trusts, powers of attorney and health care directives for both basic estates and large estates requiring federal estate tax planning
Estate Reduction and Wealth Transfer Techniques
  • Advice regarding federal gift tax, generation-skipping transfer tax and available planning techniques
  • Preparation of gift tax returns
  • Preparation and administration of “dynasty trusts,” irrevocable life insurance trusts (“ILITs”), grantor retained annuity trusts (“GRATs”), and charitable trusts
  • Formation...

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