Mr. Raymond’s practice focuses on commercial and corporate aviation, including contract preparation and negotiation and FAA regulatory advice and compliance. He represents sellers, purchasers, financing sources and others in connection with the sale, purchase, exchange, lease and financing of aircraft.
Mr. Raymond is a former lawyer for the Massachusetts Division of Banks, where his responsibilities focused on reviewing proposed bank mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations, investments, branching, and other activities that require agency approval or non-objection and frequently involved novel questions of statutory interpretation and policy. Prior to joining the Massachusetts Division of Banks, Mr. Raymond was in-house counsel for an international information services company that provided point-of-sale data analysis, reporting, and support services designed to improve the supply chain efficiency of retailers and suppliers, predominantly in the apparel merchandise industry.
Mr. Raymond is a 2009 graduate of New England School of Law. He received an LL.M. in Banking and Financial Law from Boston University School of Law in 2015, and he earned his undergraduate degree in Communication and Culture from Indiana University in 2004. During law school, he interned with the Federal Aviation Administration’s Office of the Regional Counsel for the New England Region and served as an associate on the New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement.
Mr. Raymond is admitted to practice law in the states of Georgia and Massachusetts.