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Ray has been practicing law in Delaware for over 30 years. During law school, Ray worked at the law firm of Cooch and Taylor. After completion of his legal education, Ray worked at Priestley and Goll (which later became Priestley and Joseph). In 1983, Ray left the firm and began a partnership with Richard Goll, Esq., and the partnership practiced in the areas of personal injury, criminal law, family law, real estate and real estate development.
In 1989, Ray began practicing on his own. Ray was named one of Delaware's top lawyers for real estate, trust and wills, in Sussex County by "Delaware Today" in 2006. Ray currently serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Delaware. Ray is admitted to practice in Delaware and Pennsylvania.
Charles ("Chip") T. Armbruster, III graduated from Widener University School of Law in 2010, after receiving a host of degrees from Indiana University Bloomington. He was admitted to the Delaware State Bar in 2010. Prior to working with Raymond E. Tomasetti, Jr., Chip worked in college athletics at Indiana University and the University of Delaware, providing academic services to student athletes and working in NCAA Compliance.
During law school, Chip was a member of the Moot Court Honors Society and Delaware Journal of Corporate Law. He also held an externship with Chief Justice Myron T. Steele of the Delaware Supreme Court. Chip is currently an adjunct professor at Goldey Beacom College. Chip is admitted to practice in Delaware.