Our Team of Talented Attorneys
Austin Baillio is a partner at Maxwell & Morgan, P.C. and is a highly valuable member of the firm’s litigation department. Austin has practiced law for more than ten years, with a focus on community associations during the last four. Austin advises his clients on general counsel matters, represents them in simple and complex litigation and assessment recovery. Austin is also uniquely positioned to recover assets out of state, including in Nevada and California.
Penny L. Koepke
Penny L. Koepke is a partner at Maxwell & Morgan, P.C. and oversees the firm’s litigation and insurance defense departments as a result of her successful and extensive experience representing community associations in such matters. Penny has represented community associations for almost 25 years.
Brian W. Morgan
Brian, as a founding member and the managing partner of Maxwell & Morgan, P.C., and as a fellow in the College of Community Association Lawyers, has enjoyed practicing community association law in Arizona and in Utah for over 20 years.
Mark W. Waldron
Mark is a shareholder at Maxwell & Morgan, P.C. and oversees the assessment recovery department. Mark has practiced in the area of community association law and litigation since 2007. Mark also speaks frequently on community association law topics in Arizona.
Emily E. Cooper
Emily is a senior associate attorney at Maxwell & Morgan, P.C. and joined the firm in 2016. Emily represents condominium and planned community associations in assessment recovery, enforcement, and general counsel.
Garren is an associate attorney at the firm and has been protecting the rights of creditors in Arizona and Virginia since 2008. He is an experienced litigator and highly skilled in bankruptcy, including teaching a course at a highly respected law school and continuing legal education programs.
Jeffrey B. Corben
Jeff is a shareholder at Maxwell & Morgan, P.C. and oversees the firm’s general corporate counsel practice. For over 20 years, Jeff has devoted his practice to representing planned community and condominium associations during the development phase and post-transition.
Christy Robison is an associate attorney at Maxwell & Morgan, P.C. Ms. Robison focuses her practice on representing community associations in assessment recovery and litigation. Ms. Robison is licensed to practice in Utah and Arizona.
Chad M. Gallacher
Chad is a shareholder at Maxwell & Morgan, P.C. and oversees the firm’s appellate practice and client education services. Chad has represented condominium and planned community associations since joining the firm in 2007.
Charles E. Maxwell
Charles Maxwell is one of the founding members of Maxwell & Morgan, P.C. and is legendary in the industry, having practiced community association law for the past 36 years. Charles has been a member of the highly regarded College of Community Association Lawyers since 1999.
Charles B. Sellers
Charles Sellers is a shareholder at Maxwell & Morgan, P.C. Mr. Sellers oversees the firm’s bankruptcy department and represents his community association clients in assessment recovery matters.