Litigation

Our litigation group represents plaintiffs and defendants in all phases of civil and criminal litigation including negotiation, settlement, arbitration, trial, and appeals. These attorneys represent the interests of clients before both federal and state courts, alternative dispute resolution panels, and federal, state, and local administrative agencies and tribunals.

Litigation Clients

Our litigation clients range from private individuals and small businesses involved in county court actions, to business professionals, boards, associations, corporations, and insurance companies involved in state and federal district court actions, including appeals to the Colorado Court of Appeals and Supreme Court.

Litigation Strengths

The Firm’s litigators have a wide range of expertise and experience. Areas of practice include divorce and custody disputes, general real estate, construction, mechanics’ liens, easements, commission disputes, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, landlord/tenant disputes, insurance matters, contract disputes, lender liability, and other commercial questions.

Other areas in which we have had recent experience include environmental and water law issues, attorney discipline matters, both blue and white collar criminal litigation, and aviation matters. The majority of our litigators have at least ten years of experience in practice, some with more than twenty years.

We also have junior litigation associates available to handle less complex litigation matters and to furnish research and writing support to the senior litigators on more complex cases, thereby affording our clients the most cost effective method of providing litigation services.

Administrative Law. The firm’s litigators are also experienced in a wide range of administrative law proceedings. Their work includes representing clients before municipal liquor board/licensing authorities to maintain or establish liquor licenses and representing real estate licensees in matters concerning license suspension and revocation, as well as other employment related issues.

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