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John Douglas Wilenchik
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Phoenix, AZ Lawyer with 6 years experience
(602) 606-2810 2810 N. Third St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Appeals, Business, Civil Rights and Construction
John “Jack” Wilenchik is a litigation and trial lawyer who handles cases in areas including business and employment law, civil rights, law enforcement, victim’s rights matters, and tax audits/deficiencies. He has been named to the national Superlawyers list of “Top Rated Attorneys” by Thomson Reuters. In 2018, he obtained the largest jury verdict in Mohave County history (at $8 million, including $1.77 million in punitive damages), which was also the largest punitive damages verdict for the state of Arizona in 2018 (and second largest verdict overall). In 2017, the White House contacted him directly with the news that President Donald...

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