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Jeffrey Louis Wax St Louis Attorney

Jeffrey Wax
Attorney
Email Jeff Wax
(314) 454-9100
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Jeff’s Practice Areas

 

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Real Estate and Construction

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Corporate

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Dispute Resolution

Who is Jeffrey Wax?

Jeff is an experienced, AV-rated business and real estate attorney. He focuses on helping clients solve
or avoid problems through careful drafting, creative solutions, and—when necessary—litigating in court.
Jeff is guided by six principles in practicing law: (1) establish relationships, (2) listen carefully, (3)
research solutions, (4) respond quickly, (5) achieve results, and (6) be mindful of cost. He applies this
approach to all his clients.

Examples of Jeff’s work includes:

  • Corporate entity formation
  • Contract negotiation and drafting
  • Real estate purchase and sale
  • Business disputes and breach of contract
  • Collections
  • Landlord/tenant
  • Eminent domain/condemnation
  • Boundary and title disputes/adverse possession
  • Employee non-competes/restrictive covenants
  • Liability/malpractice defense for insurance producers, accountants, appraisers, and attorneys
  • Probate litigation

Jeff works with seasoned attorneys on many of these matters. He is admitted to practice in Missouri and
Illinois, and has appeared in both state and Federal courts.”

  • Washington University in St. Louis, Juris Doctoris (Order of the Coif)
  • Miami University, Bachelor of Arts (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa)
  • Jewish Community Relations Council (Member at Large)
  • Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School PTO (Dads Committee Co-Chair)
  • Kol Rinah Synagogue (past member of Board of Directors)
  • Jewish Federation of St. Louis (past board member for Young Professionals Division)
September 7, 2016 “Jeff is a great lawyer to retain. He is very personable and
knowledgeable. I had a client that looked to sue my company for unsubstantiated reasons and had not
paid me a fee. Mr Wax attending court hearings on several occasions, was able to substantiate to the
courts that my business performed a valuable service and in fact was owed its fees. My business was
rewarded a favorable judgement. Thank You Mr. Wax for all of help in my business matter.”

July 7, 2016 “I had a few landlord-tenant issues that I hired Jeff to help with.
Throughout the process he was quick to respond and communicate with me. He worked very efficiently
to deliver the result I was looking for and solved the problem. I would not hesitate to seek his service in
the future or recommend others use him.”

June 23, 2016 “Jeff handled a non profit matter involving a government assessment. Jeff was professional
and completed the work in an effective and competent manner, achieving the desired outcome for our
organization. I recommend Jeff without reservation.”

Have you written any articles, blogs, white papers, etc that we can feature on the AEGIS
website?
Wrote article in St. Louis Bar Journal

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