Attorney Highlight

Kevin G. Glade is a member of the firm's Executive Committee and was the former Chair of the firm's Banking and Finance Section where he specializes in commercial law, commercial finance, commercial mortgage lending, syndications and intercreditor agreements, private debt financing, borrower representation, loan workouts, foreclosures, and equipment financing. He has extensive experience in real estate matters, commercial litigation development and strategy, and general commercial contract review and drafting. Mr.

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


Mar 10, 2015
Shareholders Arthur B. Berger, Matthew N. Evans, and Mark W. Pugsley have been recognized by Benchmark Litigation 2015: The Definitive Guide to America’s Leading Firms and Attorneys.  Both Berger and Pugsley are recognized as "Local Litigation Stars" and Evans is recognized as a "Future Star".  The...
Mar 10, 2015
Forty-two Ray Quinney & Nebeker attorneys have been selected for the 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© for excellence in their respective practice areas.  RQ&N’s attorneys and the practice areas for which they are honored in The Best Lawyers in America 2015 are:John A....
Feb 06, 2015
RQ&N is pleased to announce that two attorneys have been elected Shareholders of the Firm.Eric G. Benson’s practice focuses primarily on white collar criminal defense and civil litigation.  A former federal prosecutor, Mr. Benson handles nearly every type of federal criminal case and...

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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