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Trade Regulation and Antitrust

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


Sep 21, 2015
Paul C. Burke, a shareholder and the Firm’s general counsel, was hailed for his role in the development of the newly opened Salt Lake City Regional Athletic Complex, a 140 acre facility with sixteen soccer and sports fields in northwest Salt Lake City.  Burke joined Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph...
Sep 10, 2015
Ray Quinney & Nebeker congratulates the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah on the successful completion of their New LEED™ Platinum College of Law building; truly an outstanding, beautiful and functional building designed to provide 21st Century education.  Accomplishments on...
Sep 02, 2015
Ray Quinney & Nebeker is pleased to announce several changes in the Firm's management, effective immediately, as decided by its shareholders in a recent meeting.Arthur B. Berger has been elected Managing Director of the Firm, succeeding John A. Adams, who has served in that position since 2007...

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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