The Firm


As your lawyer…

Raymond Lang founded the law firm in the midst of an economic crisis because he saw the need for lawyers who are driven to help people through the recovery process.

The Compassionate Attorney is the basic principle in the firm’s mission. Ray has coached and is sought by many attorneys and legal officials in changing how the profession is perceived by learning his unique methods centered on the values shift, giving service to others, and balancing affordable and fair compensation for services provided.

“The legal profession is extremely competitive and specialized, making it difficult to find caring attorneys who will provide personal service for specific needs and general advice.” The firm cuts through the “noise” and focuses on the person, first and foremost, then builds the strategic plan for the best outcome for each situation.

As a team based organization, we closely match the needs of the person with expertise, both inside and outside the legal profession. It is known as the Mastermind Principle, whereby we work together to find the best solution for the person.

If you have read this far, you are not here by coincidence. It’s part of a greater plan and purpose for you.




Ray Lang

In addition to the law practice, Ray founded Economic Recovery Advisors LLC, to advise governmental agencies and business enterprises to meet the challenges faced in the economic crisis. Through these firms, he has advised on foreclosure legislation at the national and state levels and been an active participant in the SCBA’s Pro Bono Real Property Foreclosure Settlement Conference Project.

Ray’s career includes positions as Chief Executive Officer and President of a publicly traded internet company, Chief Operating Officer of an asset management firm, and Chief Compliance Officer to various Wall Street firms. He has worked as an investment banker originating over a half a billion dollars in financing life science, energy and real estate companies and corporate counsel to major financial institutions specializing in securities law and derivatives. Ray received a Bachelor of Arts (cum laude) degree from Fordham University and a Juris Doctorate degree from New York Law School. He has been admitted to practice law in New York since 1986.