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Anthony M. Quattrone

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Anthony M. Quattrone joined Adams and Reese as an associate on the Transactions and Corporate Advisory Services and Government Relations Teams in 2016. He brings with him a diverse mix of experience in the legal, political, public affairs and financial services fields.

His practice focuses on the intersection where policy, business, politics and the law converge. Whether in the boardroom or the lobby of the General Assembly, Anthony develops innovative solutions to complex business or political issues and works to create business and financial opportunities for his clients.

Among his achievements, Anthony most values the diversity of his work experiences. He:

  • Managed daily operations at a disaster relief center where he coordinated care for approximately 5,000 Hurricane Katrina evacuees and served as liaison between FEMA, South Carolina state agencies, and human aid groups.
  • Served as pro bono financial counsel to more than 650 displaced employees in partnership with the Employment Security Commission of Georgetown County.
  • Worked as a Research Analyst for the South Carolina Office of the Attorney General, where he managed investigations and litigation targeting Consumer Protection, Antitrust, and Voting Rights violations.
  • Clerked at the South Carolina Department of Revenue where he worked on issues considering the Department’s disclosure constraints under FOIA and interest precedence of state tax liens vis-á-vis federal tax liens in interpleader funds.
  • Interned at the South Carolina Court of Appeals where he drafted and edited opinions under the direction of the Chief Staff Attorney.
  • Served as Chief Research Assistant to Professor Alan Medlin where he was responsible for analyzing South Carolina case law affecting wills, trusts, estates and probate practices and editing multiple editions of The South Carolina Trust Code and Estate Planning in South Carolina.

Anthony began his career as a top-ranked new financial advisor at a national firm where his practice focused on building laddered municipal bond portfolios for high net worth and corporate clients seeking tax deferral.

Prior to attending law school, Anthony spent several years working in the political and public affairs arena. He served as Political Director to a South Carolina gubernatorial campaign, worked as Director of Public Affairs in a leading national communications firm, and represented corporations before the United States Congress and South Carolina General Assembly.

During his time as a law student, Anthony received multiple honors including the Order of the Coif, Order of the Wig and Robe, and was a member of the John Belton O’Neall Inn of Court. He also received CALI Awards in Income Taxation and Legal Writing for the Courts. Anthony served as Articles Editor for the American Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Journal and as President of the Federal Bar Association, Student Division.

In his spare time, Anthony enjoys traveling to new and interesting places with his wife Kristy. Together they have visited Austria, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Switzerland, and the USVI.