Dray, Dyekman, Reed & Healey, P.C.
Dray, Dyekman, Reed & Healey, P.C. was originally founded in 1975 by W. Perry Dray and has flourished into a group of attorneys who have developed a diverse and growing clientele. The firm utilizes what was described in Chambers USA as a "user-friendly team approach" to client's legal issues. Teams form within the firm's practice groups to work on a legal matter, but draw on the knowledge, expertise and experience of all members of the firm to find creative and sophisticated solutions in a timely manner.
We are Cheyenne Wyoming's premier law firm and have been practicing law in Cheyenne for over 35 years. Our attorneys are experienced and focused on certain practice areas which gives you the best service possible.
About Randy B. Reed : Managing Partner
Randy joined Dray, Dyekman, Reed & Healey as an associate the same year, and became a partner of Dray, Dyekman, Reed & Healey in 1996. He is now the Managing Partner of the firm. Randy is admitted to practice law in all state and federal courts in Wyoming and in the United States Court of Claims and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Randy is a member of the firm's Health Law, Natural Resources and Real Property, Corporate Law and Litigation sections. Randy has a broad range of experience in these areas, and his practice emphasis is in the areas of real property law, oil and gas law, regulated industries, business law, mineral tax law and general civil litigation. Significant projects include the acquisition of all rights-of-way, permits and licenses for a major interstate pipeline construction project and the subsequent sale of that pipeline, the organization and formation of, and environmental permitting and securities work for an agricultural livestock multiplication facility, obtaining regulatory approval for major pipeline asset/stock transfers, and the negotiation of surface use agreements between surface owners and coalbed methane gas lessees.
Most recently, Mr. Reed has appeared in numerous cases before the Wyoming State Board of Equalization involving the valuation of minerals for taxation purposes. Mr. Reed also regularly appears before the Wyoming Public Service Commission, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality and the Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investments.Mr. Reed teaches real estate courses at the People's Law School and has taught Continuing Legal Education and community programs on a wide variety of topics, including business organizations, corporate governance and real property law.
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