Jeff Wolf receives 2015 International Client Choice Award

The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP announced that Jeffrey Wolf, a partner at Quarles & Brady LLP and North Scottsdale resident, has received the 2015 Client Choice award from Lexology and the International Law Office.

Jeffrey Wolf, a partner at Quarles & Brady LLP and North Scottsdale resident, has received the 2015 Client Choice award from Lexology and the International Law Office.

Jeffrey Wolf has received the 2015 Client Choice award from Lexology and the International Law Office.

Established in 2005, the Client Choice awards recognize partners around the world that stand apart for their excellent client service.

Uniquely, these awards survey in-house senior corporate counsel only, inquiring about quality of legal advice, value delivered, commercial awareness, and effective communication. Following one-on-one interviews with clients, this year’s winners were chosen from a pool of more than 2,500 individual nominations. Only one attorney in each market is recognized for any particular practice area.

Mr. Wolf practices out the firm’s Phoenix office and is a member of the Franchise & Distribution Practice Group. He represents franchisors of all sizes in litigation involving breach of contract, fraud, trademark and trade dress infringement, restrictive covenants, and vicarious liability, among other claims.

His practice also includes handling general commercial and employment litigation for a variety of clients.

Mr. Wolf received his law degree from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law and his bachelor’s degree, cum laude, from the University of Hartford.

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