Clay draws upon his years of practice as a business attorney with diverse experience in technology-oriented fields. He has acted as a special project advisor reviewing documents related to anti-trust and technology licensing litigation on behalf of a major software company. Prior to joining the firm, Clay was a tax law analyst and product development manager at a $20 million software company developing tax compliance solutions for accountants and tax professionals. He gained international practice experience as an associate with a law firm in Taipei, Taiwan primarily representing a large Chinese power company in drafting multi-million dollar contracts. Early in his legal career, he served as Chief Administrative Law Judge at a state utility commission hearing cases and preparing orders related to utility regulatory matters, most notably, a case involving the cancellation of a $4.3 billion nuclear power plant.