Quarles & Brady LLP

Legal Services | Illinois, USA
tel: (312) 715-5000 | fax: (312) 715-5155
300 N. LaSalle Street Suite 4000 | Chicago | Illinois | 60654 | USA

Main Contacts

Leonardo Loo

Partner and Executive Committee


For over 125 years, Quarles & Brady LLP has provided quality legal services to a wide range of industries on a national stage. We've strived to learn our clients' businesses to see the horizons through their eyes. We don't just counsel, but invest in the success of each client, partnering with them to achieve their business goals. This dedication and investment is what sets Quarles & Brady apart: we provide a true partnership, in every sense of the word.

Quarles & Brady is a multidisciplinary AmLaw 200 legal services provider with approximately 520 attorneys practicing at the top of the profession in Chicago, Denver, Indianapolis, Madison, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Naples, Phoenix, San Diego, Tampa, Tucson, and Washington, D.C. Our national presence allows us to draw upon a group of highly skilled attorneys from all across the country to ensure the right people are working on our clients' matters. We have extensive experience working with the full industrial gamut, from cutting-edge technology to traditional manufacturing, and we have developed an extensive network of relationships with international legal counsel around the world, allowing us to effectively handle important matters for our clients on a global scale. The firm is led by a diverse team of lawyers and professional staff.

Our clients include major national and multinational corporations, technology companies, educational and research institutions, municipalities and government agencies, charitable organizations, industry executives, and high-net-worth individuals. They are industry leaders in technology, energy, financial services, health care, insurance, pharmaceuticals, real estate, and manufacturing, to name just a few.

Lawyers Worldwide: 520

Areas of Practice



Of Counsel

Robert  Chisholm, Ph.D.

Robert Chisholm, Ph.D.

Senior Counsel
Bomie  Leonard

Bomie Leonard

Of Counsel
Michele  Malis

Michele Malis

Of Counsel
Michael  Santonocito

Michael Santonocito

Senior Counsel
Wei  Yan, Ph.D.

Wei Yan, Ph.D.

Senior Counsel


Larisa  Alcalde

Larisa Alcalde

Caitlin  Barden

Caitlin Barden

Practice Group Attorney
Ony  Beverly

Ony Beverly

Sarah  Burg

Sarah Burg

Lisa  Carls

Lisa Carls

Gregory  Churney

Gregory Churney

Patent Agent
Paula  Fedor

Paula Fedor

Alison  Gemkow

Alison Gemkow

Samuil  Georgiev

Samuil Georgiev

Audrey  Jacobson

Audrey Jacobson

Patent Engineer
John  Jansky

John Jansky

Patent Agent
Nicole  Jeffers

Nicole Jeffers

Reema  Kapur

Reema Kapur

Practice Group Attorney
Jaden  Knosher

Jaden Knosher

Kasia  Komperda

Kasia Komperda

Matt  Mauntel-Medici

Matt Mauntel-Medici

Practice Group Attorney
Ian  Park, Ph.D.

Ian Park, Ph.D.

Patent Engineer
Harrison  Powell

Harrison Powell

Patent Agent
Katie  Seidelman

Katie Seidelman

Terry  Skworch

Terry Skworch

Weiwei  Wang, Ph.D.

Weiwei Wang, Ph.D.

Patent Agent
Scott  Watson

Scott Watson

Office Administrator
Elizabeth  White, Ph.D.

Elizabeth White, Ph.D.

Patent Scientist
Julia  Yun

Julia Yun



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