Attorney Highlight

Mr. Wunderli is a Shareholder at Ray Quinney & Nebeker in the firm’s Litigation Section. He joined the firm after serving as Associate General Counsel for Altria Group, Inc. in New York, where he managed nationwide product liability, antitrust, and intellectual property litigation in state and federal courts.

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


Jul 10, 2014
Ray Quinney & Nebeker is pleased to announce that thirty-nine attorneys have been selected as 2014 Mountain States Super Lawyers and "Rising Stars." Only the top five percent of attorneys in each state are honored as Super Lawyers in this annual list, and Rising Star selection is limited to...
Jul 02, 2014
The final Omnibus Rule (“Rule”), effective March 26, 2013, modified the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules and increased the burden on Covered Entities and Business Associates in the area of breach notification.  Click here to read the entire Client Advisory. 
Jun 26, 2014
In the February 24, 2014 Federal Register, the Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights (“OCR”) announced its plans to survey between 550 and 800 entities during the summer of 2014, preparatory to future OCR audits.  OCR further clarified in an April 2014 presentation its intention to...

White Collar Criminal Defense and Corporate Compliance

The Firm's White Collar Criminal Defense and Corporate Compliance practice group aggressively defends companies and individuals in civil and criminal litigation in either state or federal court involving charges of business crime, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, securities fraud, false claims, computer crime and theft of trade secrets, health care fraud and abuse, and environmental crimes.  

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