Andy Kvesic

Managing Partner

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Andy joined Radix following a decorated legal career in the public and private sectors. He began his career practicing complex business litigation for nearly a decade at a large law firm in Phoenix, then became a prosecutor at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office where he focused on high profile racketeering, securities fraud, and public corruption matters. Andy was then appointed Chief Counsel and Legal Division Director of the Arizona Corporation Commission, where he advised five elected commissioners on statewide public utility matters and led some of the most influential policies and judicial outcomes in the history of the Commission.

Following public service, Andy became General Counsel for a private family office, managing all national legal affairs for a portfolio of companies in the financial services, private equity, professional sports, and fintech space. He has tried cases in both civil and criminal courts, represented government agencies and private clients across the State of Arizona, and argued matters before the Arizona Court of Appeals and the Arizona Supreme Court. Andy is also one of the nation’s leading advisors on Arizona Alternative Business Structures and has successfully counseled many clients through the ABS formation and approval process.

Andy’s clients include high net worth individuals, established businesses, hyper-growth companies, and state agencies who rely on Andy as their outside general counsel. His combination of experience in litigation, criminal matters, appeals, government & regulatory affairs, crisis management, and private business provides one of a kind value, helping his clients achieve their goals while protecting against threats to their success.

In 2018, he was awarded Counsel of the Year by the Association of Corporate Counsel and is a Flinn-Brown Fellow through the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership.

Andy currently serves on the Arizona Supreme Court’s Committee on Alternative Business Structures and the Attorney Regulation Advisory Committee.