Quinn is one of Morris Sperry’s founding members. His legal practice focuses on representing homeowners associations, but he also represents individual owners to defend and exercise their rights within their community association. When representing homeowners associations, Quinn acts as general counsel in advising the association's governing board on how to comply with and enforce their governing provisions in compliance with applicable federal and state statutes, the association’s own governing documents, and in the best interests of the community. As a member of his local city council and other community boards, Quinn understands what it is like for members of associations’ governing boards to make decisions that affect their neighbors, and he is cognizant of such issues when advising Morris Sperry’s clients on governance issues. He often drafts amendments to associations’ governing documents and opinion letters to assist associations in understanding how certain legal provisions apply to a specific association’s situation.
Quinn is an experienced litigator. Early on in his career, he litigated cases involving a variety of general and bankruptcy law issues while representing two Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees. His litigation efforts are now dedicated to matters involving community association law, which benefits Morris Sperry’s clients as he is more knowledgeable on community association issues than most general practitioners who often represent opposing parties. Quinn assisted in a recent trial in which Morris Sperry obtained a fifteen million dollar verdict.
Quinn heads up the Morris Sperry collections team and brings tremendous depth in community association collection issues, including situations where owners file for bankruptcy relief. He has entered appearances in hundreds of bankruptcy cases.
Quinn currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Utah Chapter of Community Associations Institute, an organization dedicated to improving community associations through educational and leadership efforts. As a member of this organization, he frequently offers instruction at community events and writes educational articles on issues affecting homeowners associations.
When Quinn is not working, he enjoys coaching his children’s youth athletic teams.
University of Utah, J.D., 2007;
- Graduated with Honors
- Member and Associate Editor: Utah Law Review (2005-2007)
- Member: Negotiation Team
- Recipient: William H. Leary Scholar award
- Recipient: CALI Award, Bankruptcy Survey (2006) and Trial Advocacy (2007)
University of Utah, B.A., (Finance), 2004;
- Graduated Summa Cum Laude
- President: Financial Management Association (2003-2004)
- Member: Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Society
Memberships and Community Involvement:
- Utah State Bar
- Midvale City Council
- Vice President, Municipal Building Authority of Midvale
- Board of Directors, Redevelopment Agency of Midvale
- Board of Trustees, Midvalley Improvement District
- Board of Directors, Utah Chapter of Community Associations Institute (UCCAI)
- Community Associations Institute (CAI)
- Mountain States Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, Real Estate Law, 2014-2015
- Utah Business Magazine, One of Utah’s “Up and Coming” Attorneys 2011, 2015, 2016
- Utah Business Magazine, Legal Elite 2017 and 2018
- “Updates to Condominium and Community Association Law,” Co-Presenter, Utah State Bar Real Estate Section, September 2015
- “Cities vs. HOAs - Can't Both Win?,” Lead Panelist, Utah Chapter of Community Association Institute, March 2015
- “HOA Collection Options,” Co-Presenter, Morris Sperry Board Member Seminar, January 2015
- “Approach to Solving Problems & Rule Enforcement,” Instructor, The Essentials of Community Association Volunteer Leadership, Utah Chapter of Community Association Institute, November 2014
- “Enforcement and Due Process,” Panelist, Utah Chapter of Community Association Institute, April 2014
- “Community Association Bankruptcies: An Easy Way to Dodge a Judgment or a Legal Disaster?,” Co-Presenter, CAI’s Community Association Law Seminar, January 2014
- “HOA Annual Meetings: What to do in Disaster Situations,” Moderator, Utah Chapter of Community Association Institute, January 2014
Admitted to Practice:
- Utah, State and Federal Courts