Areas of Practice
Federal Security Clearance and ATF Permit Cases
Federal Transportation, FAA and Marine Cases
Federal Finance and Commerce Cases
Federal Healthcare, DEA and FDA Cases
Federal Marine Life, Agriculture, and Forestry Cases
Federal Lands and Housing Cases
California State License Defense Matters
Ray & Bishop, PLC, defends California state licenses, appeals the denial of California state license applications, and represents licensees in investigations before all California state agencies, including the Medical Board of California, California Department of Insurance, the California Board of Registered Nursing and the California Bureau of Real Estate. Click here for more information about our California state licensing legal services.
Ray & Bishop PLC consists of three full-time attorneys: Fredrick M. Ray, the firm’s senior partner, has more than 20 years of experience as a litigator in administrative, civil, and criminal matters. As counsel to thousands of clients, his experience, reputation, and integrity are the foundation of our practice. John D. Bishop, a partner of the firm, has appeared for trial throughout California on behalf of numerous licensed professionals, delivering exceptional results. Lindsay M. Johnson, the firm’s senior associate, has achieved unprecedented success for our clients at both the trial and appellate level.
Fredrick M. Ray
Mr. Ray has over twenty years of experience as a litigator before administrative, civil and criminal tribunals. Mr. Ray has handled over two thousand legal matters, with a high success rate, including investigations, administrative law hearings, writs and appeals, civil lawsuits, and criminal matters, from serious felonies to misdemeanors
John D. Bishop
Mr. Bishop is the primary litigator at Ray and Bishop and handles the majority of the administrative appeals at the agency level. He appears regularly at the Office of Administrative Hearings and has developed professional relationships with most of the judges and attorneys who handle administrative cases for the state.
Lindsay M. Johnson
Senior Associate Attorney
Ms. Johnson joined Ray & Bishop in 2013, after distinguishing herself as a superior advocate throughout her career at Chapman University School of Law. She has handled administrative matters before the Department of Insurance, Department of Social Services, Board of Registered Nursing, and more.
Federal License Blog
FDA Administrative Law Crackdown on Unproven Stem Cell Therapies
The United States Food and Drug Administration is an Administrative Law entity. However, the FDA maintains Administrative, legislative and judicial authority over the food and drug market in the United States. The FDA also possesses criminal law enforcement power. The...
Federal Reserve Bank Administrative Law Disciplinary Process
The Administrative Regulatory disciplinary process of the United States Federal Reserve Bank is virtually unknown outside of a small circle of bankers, financial executives and lawyers. The United States Federal Reserve maintains the authority to discipline bankers...
FAA Drone Regulations
A Drone is merely an unmanned, robotic vehicle. The most common type of Drone is an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, or UAV. In many respects, Drones are far more economical than traditional aircraft. However, not all Americans are content with hordes of Drones flying...
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