Attorney Highlight

Mr. Owen is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He is also admitted to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals and the Utah Supreme Court. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Owen served as a law clerk to the Honorable Randall R. Rader, Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Why RQ&N?

With over 100 attorneys in two Utah offices, Ray Quinney & Nebeker offers clients an experienced, talented and diverse team of legal professionals, supported by qualified associates, paralegals, and staff. We understand that our clients require a positive and personal working relationship with their legal counsel. Our objective is to make a meaningful contribution to our clients’ success. In doing so, we are guided by four key ideals: Responsiveness, Quality, Results & Value


Jun 01, 2015
Paul C. Burke, the Firm's General Counsel, has been recognized as a "Utah Hero" for his legal work defending the rights of gay and lesbian teens and for his public advocacy of equality for Utah's LGBT citizens.  The award citation states that "his tenacity, zeal, and compassion have made him a...
May 20, 2015
Ray Quinney & Nebeker is ranked as a top leader in the 2015 Chambers USA Guide.  Chambers USA ranks firms and individual lawyers in bands, with Band 1 being the highest.  Rankings are developed based on research that includes thousands of in-depth interviews with clients and peers.  The firm...
Apr 02, 2015
Forty-eight Ray Quinney & Nebeker attorneys were selected by their peers to be included on Utah Business Magazine's listof "Utah Legal Elite:" Arbitration/MediationJohn A. AdamsBanking/FinancialKevin G. GladeDouglas M. MonsonBankruptcy/WorkoutMichael R. JohnsonDavid H. LeighBrent D. WrideCivil...

Whistleblower, Qui Tam and False Claims Act

This group, which includes a former United States Attorney, two former attorneys with the U.S. Department of Justice, and several attorneys who were investigators with the Utah Division of Securities, represents individuals in evaluating and bringing Securities fraud, commodities fraud, Ponzi schemes and other financial fraud cases; Federal “Qui Tam” cases; Heath care fraud cases; Tax fraud informant cases with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS); and Securities fraud and Ponzi scheme fraud cases brought under Utah’s recently-enacted “Securities Fraud Reporting Program Act.” 

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