Jake Vollebregt

Jake Vollebregt has more than fifteen years of experience in law and government. He represents clients in the finance, real estate, education, and healthcare industries. 

His practice at Quadrant is focused on providing outside general counsel services and negotiating complex commercial transactions, and advising on data privacy, regulatory compliance, risk management, and enterprise information security. Jake works collaboratively by integrating with the client’s business units and cross-functional project teams. Jake assists procurement departments in licensing negotiations, regulatory compliance, data privacy, corporate governance, and dispute resolution. Quadrant’s clients trust Jake to watch out for their best interests, to leverage opportunities, and to identify and mitigate risks. They rely on his commitment to delivering timely and practical advice so they can make sound decisions rapidly. Jake also has experience in trials, litigation management, investigations, regulatory compliance, strategic and operational planning, government contracting, mergers and acquisitions, bankruptcy and reorganizations, taxation, stock buybacks, corporate administration and governance, leasing, and other real estate transactions.  

Prior to joining Quadrant, Jake served as a public law attorney for public agencies in California, both in house and as outside counsel. As in-house counsel, he served as director of regional and legal affairs. His responsibilities included interagency litigation, claims, shared infrastructure, legislative and government affairs, grants, contracting and procurement, and external relations. As outside counsel, Jake represented municipalities, water districts, joint powers authorities, and other public agencies as deputy city attorney and deputy general counsel. He advised cities and developers on land use planning and zoning approvals, CEQA/environmental compliance, development agreements, ordinances, permits, public meetings, elections, public records, tort claims, real estate transactions, ethics, political law, and public policy.  

Jake previously served as a judge advocate and intelligence officer in the United States Marine Corps. His assignments included trials, operational law, command services, investigations, ethics, operational planning, fiscal law and appropriations and contracting, claims, classified evidence handling, and intelligence. 

Jake Vollebregt received his Juris Doctor with a Certificate in Taxation from Chapman University Fowler School of Law. As a Marine officer, Jake received a Master of Science in Strategic Intelligence from the National Intelligence University (Office of the Director of National Intelligence), and graduated from Command & Staff College and Expeditionary Warfare School at Marine Corps University. He received a Bachelor of Arts from Gonzaga University. 

He lives in the greater San Antonio area with his wife and four children.