Steven Hirsch Joins Quarles & Brady
Quarles & Brady LLP announced that Steven A. Hirsch has joined the firm’s Phoenix office as a partner in its Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Group.
Hirsch handled several jury trials, including contract and lease disputes, eminent domain, land use regulation, valuation of real estate, and other government takings of undeveloped and improved land, income-producing properties, utility property, and certificated areas and water rights.
He practices regularly before the Arizona Corporation Commission in rate-making proceedings and other administrative proceedings affecting utilities. Hirsch also brought actions against governmental agencies arising out of zoning, permitting, and similar land use disputes. He serves as President of the Wildlife for Tomorrow Foundation, the charitable arm of the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
“Steven’s legal expertise and track record of success make him a stellar addition to our practice group,” said Edward A. Salanga, Phoenix office chair of the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Group.
Hirsch is currently Secretary/Treasurer of the State Bar of Arizona. He has been listed in Chambers USA, Best Lawyers of America , Southwest Super Lawyers and Arizona Business Magazine. He has held various positions with the University of Arizona Law College Association, Maricopa County Bar Association, American Bar Association, and Arizona Bar Foundation.
“Quarles & Brady is pleased to welcome Steven Hirsch to the firm,” said Nicole Stanton, Phoenix office managing partner. “Steve not only adds additional depth to our litigation group, but also adds breadth by virtue of the type of litigation practice he maintains. He will make an immediate impact on our ability to expand the types of litigation services to our clients and we look forward to him contributing to the continuing success of the Phoenix office.”
Hirsch received his law degree, with high distinction, from The University of Arizona and his bachelor’s degree, with distinction, from The University of Arizona.
“The firm’s commitment to its clients and the community is impressive, and I am excited to contribute to and continue that legacy,” said Hirsch.