Mr. Craig P. Raysor
About Mr. Craig P. RaysorI am an Agricultural Lawyer in the Metropolitan Memphis Area that serves national and international clients. I also have experience in corporate; contract drafting; legislation drafting; collections; business litigation; arbitration and mediation; and civil cases.
- Agricultural Law
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Business Law
- Environmental Law
- Gov & Administrative Law
- Intellectual Property
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
- Please speak to me directly about fees as it will depend on the matter typically. A traffic ticket is different than a multi-company international transaction.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Associate, Gillon & Associates, PLLC|
|University of Arkansas School of Law - University of Arkansas||LL.M.||Agricultural Law|
|Ralph R. Papitto School of Law - Roger Williams University||J.D.|
|Honors: Cum Laude|
|Randolph-Macon College||B.S.||Political Science; Biology (minor)|
|Honors: Honors program; multiple scholarship awards|
|Member, Tennessee State Bar # 026000|
|Neighbor, Cooper-Young Community Association|
|Member, Memphis Bar Association|
|Associate Member, Mississippi Seedsmens' Association|
|Associate Member, Southern Seed Association|
|Member, American Agricultural Law Association|
|Member, Rotary International|
|Member, Knoxville Bar Association|
Articles & Publications
Volunteering Out of the "Norm"
The Memphis Lawyer
From the Sword to the Pen: A history of U.S. Tobacco Marketing Regulations.
Drake Journal of Agricultural Law
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Blog: Seed Law
Myriad Gene case shakes up and shakes down Biotech Industry Race to the finish line for Monsanto's GE Alfalfa Canadian Inventor Sues State Research Universities Comment Period extended for High-oleic acid soybean Mexico Issues First GM Corn Permits Consumer Choice sends Monsanto's Roundup Ready Sugar Beets back to the Deregulation Drawing Board Don't Gulp the Force Majeure De Jure - a cautionary tale Has Consumer Fear Truly Halted Genetic Engineering? Tobacco may Help Diabetic Patients in the Future