Tolman Attends White House Prison Reform Summit

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On Friday, May 18, Brett Tolman attended the White House Prison Reform Summit hosted by Jared Kushner and the Office of American Innovation.  Speakers included President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and Jared Kushner.  Mr. Tolman, former U.S. Attorney for the State of Utah, has long been an advocate of criminal justice reform and earlier this… Read more »

RQN Ranked as a Top Leader in Prestigious Chambers USA Guide

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Ray Quinney & Nebeker is ranked as a top leader in the 2017 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 again received Band 1 rankings in… Read more »

Attorney Jeffrey Rasmussen Joins RQ&N’s Real Estate Practice

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Ray Quinney & Nebeker is pleased to welcome Of Counsel attorney, Jeffrey S. Rasmussen, to the firm.  Mr. Rasmussen concentrates his practice on development of residential, commercial and resort properties, leasing, acquisitions and sales of real property, and entitlements, zoning and land use issues. He represents owners and developers of all property types.  Prior to joining… Read more »

Brett Tolman and Bill O’Reilly – No Spin News Excerpts

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On the No Spin News, former U.S. Attorney, Brett Tolman and Bill O’Reilly break down the headlines and sort through the investigations. The two give vital information regarding the Justice Department and the individuals involved.  Click here to watch the interview.   May 7, 2018 – Brett Tolman is Back to Discuss Delayed IG Report

Attorney Carol Funk Joins RQN

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Ray Quinney & Nebeker is pleased to welcome Of Counsel attorney, Carol Funk, to the firm. Ms. Funk is a member of the firm’s litigation section whose practice focuses on appellate litigation in state and federal courts of appeals, as well as complex litigation matters in state and federal district courts. Her experience spans a broad… Read more »

Beth Ranschau, Adam Richards and Blake Voorhees Elected Shareholders

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Ray Quinney & Nebeker is pleased to announce that Beth J. Ranschau, Adam K. Richards, and Blake R. Voorhees have been elected Shareholders of the Firm. Beth J. Ranschau’s practice is dedicated to assisting clients navigate a variety of complicated legal matters by providing creative and efficient solutions. As a member of the firm’s litigation… Read more »

Kevin G. Glade Honored with 2017 Distinguished Service Award

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Ray Quinney & Nebeker Shareholder and Executive Committee member Kevin G. Glade received the 2017 Distinguished Service Award from the Utah State Bar Banking & Finance Law Section.  The award recognizes Mr. Glade for his outstanding contributions to the banking and finance industry.  Mr. Glade is universally respected among banking law practitioners for his skill and knowledge and, more… Read more »

Three Patent Attorneys Join RQN’s Intellectual Property Team

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Ray Quinney & Nebeker has expanded its Intellectual Property practice and is pleased to welcome Paul Taylor, Thomas Hardman and John Carpenter.  They specialize in preparation and prosecution of patent applications in a wide variety of areas.  The addition of these outstanding lawyers enhances our Intellectual Property team and continues RQ&N’s tradition of excellence in… Read more »

Elaina Maragakis on CYBER24 Podcast, Episode 7

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Elaina Maragakis, CIPP-US, co-chair of the firm’s Cybersecurity practice, participates in the upcoming CYBER24 podcast with Mike Hussey, the executive director of the Utah Department of Technology Services.  The podcast will discuss the security measures the state has in place that helped DTS move quickly to close a vulnerability discovered by a Utah man in… Read more »