|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1997||03/29/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Fellow||Texas Bar Foundation||2014|
|Recertified- Administrative Law||Texas Board of Legal Specialization||2010|
|Board Certified - Administrative Law||Texas Board of Legal Specialization||2005|
|Shareholder||Riggs & Ray, PC||2015 - Present|
|Shareholder||Riggs, Aleshire & Ray, PC||2009 - 2014|
|Attorney||Riggs & Aleshire, PC||2007 - 2008|
|Assistant Attorney General||Office of the Attorney General||2002 - 2006|
|General Counsel/Managing Director||Gallerywatch.com||2000 - 2002|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Austin Bar Association, Administrative Law Section||Chairman||2007 - 2008|
|Austin Bar Association, Administrative Law Section||Vice-Chair||2006 - 2007|
|Austin Bar Association, Administrative Law Section||CLE Coordinator||2005 - 2006|
|Austin Bar Association, Administrative Law Section||Treasurer||2004 - 2005|
|Thompson v. Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, 58 Tex.Sup.Ct. J. 171 (2014)||Favorable for the client.|
|Harlingen Family Dentistry, P.C. v. Texas Health and Human Services Commission, 2014 WL 6844947||Favorable for the dentists.|
|Janek v. Harlingen Family Dentistry, P.C., 2014 WL 5653501 (Tex.App.--Austin 2014)||Favorable for the client.|
|See all legal cases|
|Austin American Statesman||Dentists fight back against Texas effort to deny Medicaid funding||2014|
|Austin American Statesman||Fair? Agency judge finds in favor of agency||2014|
|Austin American Statesman||Agency judge sides with his bosses in case against dentists||2014|
|Austin American Statesman||State sues Xerox over Medicaid dental contract||2014|
|Austin American Statesman||State’s Medicaid settlement makes just a small splash||2014|
|Austin American Statesman||Fraud inspector’s falsified work could cost state millions||2014|
|Texas Dentists for Medicaid Reform||OIG Settlement Successfully Negotiated||2013|
|Guidry News||Update on Kessling v. Friendswood ISD||2010|
|Advanced Administrative Law Course||Collateral Estoppel, Administrative Adjudication, and Civil/Criminal Actions||2007|
|Texas Tech University School of Law||Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)||N/A||1996|
|Texas A&M University, College Station||Economics and Agribusiness||BS - Bachelor of Science||1992|
|2007 Advanced Administrative Law Course||Collateral Estoppel, Administrative Adjudication, and Civil/Criminal Actions||2007|
Posted by John Thompson
Mr. Ray assisted me with a regulatory battle against the state. My battle was won after 5 years with Mr. Ray's legal expertise, hard work, and due diligence. I am thoroughly pleased with the handling of my case and have 100% confidence in Mr. Ray's abilities as an attorney and knowledge of the law.
Posted by Lindsay
I recently used Jason and he was excellent! He got back with me in a timely manner and was truly on my side the entire time. I was able to go in to my review with confidence knowing he was there to back me up!
Posted by anonymous
Mr. Ray was lead counsel for a very involved and prominent legal case of mine, involving the State of Texas. Mr. Ray worked tirelessly and efficiently to resolve my case and was extremely professional. In spite of the complexity of the case and the amount of attention it required, Jason always kept the case moving forward in a timely fashion. I very much appreciated the fact that he researched all the potential outcomes of my suit and represented me with incredible knowledge and support.
Mr. Ray successfully negotiated my case and although it was an arduous process, I am grateful to him and his team for defending me with a positive outcome.
Franklin Hopkins, Administrative law Attorney
Jason Ray is the epitome of the complete administrative law attorney. Jason is one of the very few attorneys in Texas to have represented clients at every stage of the administrative law process: informal agency conferences, appeal of final agency orders, judicial reviews in district court, and even oral arguments at the Third Court of Appeals. More importantly, Jason prevails for his clients at every level. Having forged great working relationships with the majority of Texas agencies, Jason is able to resolve his clients’ matters in a practical, cost-effective manner. Many times Jason is able to provide the agency with the information it needs from his client, and avoid not only the future costs of litigation, but also avoid his client having the stain of a final agency order.
Laura Diamond, Administrative law Attorney
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Jason is a vigorous and passionate advocate committed to his clients’ success. Having previously worked in state government and now on the defense side as a private practitioner, Jason has the experience and ability to recognize the positions of both sides. The result is a talented and creative problem-solver who achieves excellent results.
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