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    Douglas Gray brings to his clients a broad range of experience in the practice of corporate law, concentrating in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, strategic alliances, and commercial ventures. In addition, he enjoys an active collaborations practice, centered on negotiating licensing, joint venture and development agreements relating to intellectual property rights.

    Douglas' work in acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures and other transactions involves representation of individual investors, management teams, corporate buyers and sellers, venture capitalists and private equity firms. This varied representation provides him with a unique understanding of the likely concerns of each party in a sophisticated transaction so that he is well-suited to assist clients in planning and implementing their strategies as well as crafting creative, but cost-effective, solutions to their concerns.

    Douglas is listed as one of the few lawyers in the Corporate/Commercial practice in the Rhode Island Section of Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business and has been from 2007 through 2018, he was named a Super Lawyer in 2011 and has been listed in the Corporate Law section of The Best Lawyers in America for 2010 through 2017 including the 2014-15 Providence Corporate Law "Lawyer of the Year." Douglas was also very involved with non-profit corporations and the Pro Bono Partner for 2013 for the Providence office. In addition, Douglas has received Martindale Hubbell's highest rating of AV.

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