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Sophisticated Services with a Culture of Caring

Teh Q & B Tampa team with donated items collected for their annual Thanksgiving food drive.


Sophisticated Services with a Culture of Caring

| 7/26/2019

Quarles & Brady

#24 LARGE Company

40 attorneys in Florida. More than a dozen of them recognized as Super Lawyers or Rising Stars. With attorneys regularly recognized by Florida Trend Legal Elite. All of them serving clients nationwide.

Quarles & Brady LLP is a full-service AmLaw 200 firm with 500 attorneys nationally offering an array of legal services to corporate and individual clients, ranging from small entrepreneurial businesses to Fortune 100 companies. With practice focuses in health care and life sciences, business law, labor and employment, real estate, intellectual property, data privacy and security, estate and trust preservation, and complex litigation, the firm has 11 offices across the U.S., including our offices in Naples and Tampa.

But if you ask any of our dozens of team members in the state of Florida, Quarles & Brady sets itself apart as a firm through its culture of caring — both for our employees, and our communities. Law360 has again in 2019 named Quarles & Brady as a Top Big Law Firm for Female Attorneys. In Florida, our attorneys donate an average of more than 2,100 hours of pro bono work per year. And nationally, Quarles Cares, the signature outreach arm of our firm’s corporate responsibility program, is in its 11th year of dedicated service to the communities in which we live and work.

Sophisticated services, with a culture of caring. That’s what makes us Quarles & Brady.


Quarles & BradyThe Q & B Naples team and their families supporting the American Heart Association

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