Fisher Phillips Managing Partner Roger Quillen Named to ‘Top 100 Most Powerful Employment Attorneys’
For the eighth consecutive year, Fisher Phillips Chairman and Managing Partner Roger Quillen has been selected to "The Top 100 Most Powerful Employment Attorneys" in the United States by Human Resource Executive magazine.
Human Resource Executive magazine compiled the list of influential employment attorneys based on curriculum-vitae analyses, evaluations by clients and peers, and reporting by the staff of Lawdragon, a Los Angeles-based news and networking site for lawyers and clients.
Quillen joined Fisher Phillips in 1980 and has served on the firm's management committee since 1997. He has been the firm's chairman and managing partner since 1999. Quillen is effectively the CEO of an organization with more than 350 attorneys and an additional support staff of about 350 professionals. Quillen has led the firm during a period of rapid growth. He has steered the firm towards being extremely focused on client service while adopting new technologies that benefit the firm’s clients. He also led the firm through its successful rebranding in 2016.
Quillen graduated from The Ohio State University College of Law with honors. He also holds a Master of Science from Purdue University and two bachelor’s degrees from The Ohio State University.
Other Fisher Phillips attorneys included on the list are Charles Caulkins and Jeff Weintraub. Caulkins is a partner in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale office and a member of the firm’s management committee, and Weintraub is the regional managing partner in the firm’s Memphis office.
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