Phillips, Maceyko and Battock, PLLC
An Arizona native, Quentin Phillips graduated from Harvard Law School in 1992. Quentin worked at large, nationally recognized firms in Phoenix before devoting his practice exclusively to representing homeowner and condominium associations in general counsel and litigation matters, as well as developers in the formation of planned communities and condominiums.
Quentin’s clients include planned communities and condominiums of all sizes, including large master planned communities, high rise condominiums, mixed use developments and commercial condominiums and property associations. His practice encompasses real estate matters, corporate governance, drafting and interpreting governing documents (CC&Rs, bylaws, articles, association rules and regulations, design guidelines, board resolutions), advising on maintenance and insurance issues, drafting and negotiating contracts, and advising on architectural control issues and enforcement/compliance with governing documents.
Over the past decade, Quentin has also assisted local and national clients in forming planned communities and condominium developments, drafting initial CC&Rs and easement agreements, drafting annexation, de-annexation, and tract declarations, planning the re-development of property, and advising clients on the termination and dissolution of planned communities and condominiums.
Amherst College (B.A. 1989)
Harvard Law School (J.D. 1992)
United States District Court, District of Arizona, 1996