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Robert L. Quail - Santa Rosa, CA

3333 Mendocino AvenueSuite 200 Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Updated: 09/07/2023

Santa Rosa Wine Industry Transactions Lawyer


Robert L. Quail joined Clement, Fitzpatrick & Kenworthy in 2003, after nearly a decade of service as Vice President/General Counsel for Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates, Ltd. After almost forty years of practice. Mr. Quail has extensive experience with all aspects of commercial real estate and business transactions, including sales and acquisitions, leasing, and financing transactions for developers, business owners, and investors...

About Robert L. Quail

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Attorney

Year Joined Firm

  • 2003

Practice Areas

  • Wine Industry Transactions
  • Winery Compliance and Operations
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Business Transactions
  • Commercial Landlord Tenant
  • Business Organizations


Bar Admissions

  • California, 1984

Pro Bono Activities

  • Board member of the Sonoma Humane Society
  • Member of the Board of Trustees for the Oak Grove School District in west Sonoma County, 2004 - 2010

Past Positions

  • Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates, Ltd., Vice President/General Counsel


  • Santa Clara University School of Law, Santa Clara, California, 1984
  • University of California, Santa Barbara, California
    Major: Business Economics
    Major: Political Science
  • Santa Clara University School of Business, 1984

Office Information


3333 Mendocino AvenueSuite 200 Santa Rosa, CA 95403


  • 707-546-1360

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