Legal Affairs ~ June/July 2017

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GOOD THINGS

David A. Weinstein was recently reappointed as a mediator on the International Trademark Association’s Panel of Trademark Mediators.

Duke.

Duke.

Kelley B. Duke has become an American Arbitration Association panel member. She is a trial attorney and leads Ireland Stapleton’s litigation practice group.

Arnulfo D. Hernández of Hernández & Associates, P.C. was appointed by Governor John Hickenlooper to the Governor’s Board of Ethics (2017–18 term).

Tarpey.

Tarpey.

Ireland Stapleton’s Managing Director Erica L. Tarpey has been named to the Rocky Mountain MS Center’s Board of Directors. Tarpey is a business attorney with experience in corporate governance, business formation, SEC compliance and corporate finance.

Glenn.

Glenn.

Holland & Hart’s Marcy Glenn was selected as a fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers.

Rich Krohn was honored to receive the 2016 Richard N. Doyle CLE Award of Excellence from the Colorado Bar Association for his dedication and extraordinary contributions to Colorado Bar Association CLE programs and publications.

Davis.

Davis.

The 17th JD Access to Justice Committee recognized dedicated Sean May Memorial runner the Honorable Randy Davis, who has participated in every race for the past nine years.

Rodgers.

Rodgers.

Moye White LLP announced that partner Carrie Rodgers received the 2017 Attorney of the Year award from the American Subcontractors Association of Colorado. Rodgers is chair of Moye White’s Construction Group.

Holland & Hart is proud to announce that the University of Colorado Law School named Partner Michael Carrigan the 2017 Honorary Order of the Coif at this year’s Colorado Law Commencement Ceremony.

CHANGES

Miko A. Brown has joined the trial department of Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP as a partner. Brown focuses her litigation practice on defending large companies in personal injury and commercial cases.

Lubinsky.

Lubinsky.

Husch Blackwell is pleased to announce that Joseph E. Lubinski has joined the firm as a partner in its real estate, development and construction industry group.

Stewart.

Stewart.

Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell, LLC is pleased to announce that Maggie Stewart has joined the firm. Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell, LLC’s practice will continue to focus on construction law and general civil litigation.

Nixon Shefrin Hensen Ogburn, PC is pleased to welcome Christine Craigmile and Catherine O’Brien Crum as shareholders. Craigmile’s and O’Brien Crum’s practices will continue to focus on medical/hospital malpractice defense, health law, correctional health care defense and nursing home/longterm care liability defense.

Reeves.

Reeves.

Van Voorhees.

Van Voorhees.

The Harris Law Firm welcomes Amanda Reeves and Dianne Van Voorhees as associates and Peter Goldstein as special counsel. Van Voorhees’s practice will focus on family law cases. She is also an advocate for those in the Native American community who have domestic relations matters.

Odil.

Odil.

Goldstein.

Goldstein.

Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC is proud to announce the promotion of attorney Timothy R. Odil to equity member. Odil is a member of the firm’s litigation team. His practice focuses on disputes among private parties, as well as disputes with local, state or federal government agencies.

Waeckerlin

Waeckerlin

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that Eric Waeckerlin has joined the firm’s environment, energy and natural resources practice.

Fleishman.

Fleishman.

Mary Ewing Law Offices, PC recently announced the addition of Craig Fleishman as of counsel. Fleishman’s practice will continue to focus on divorce, pre/post-nuptial agreements, personal injury, commercial and construction litigation, professional malpractice claims, ethics and expert witness engagement.

Katz, Look & Onorato, PC is pleased to announce the promotion of Klaralee R. Charlton and Krista K. Look to shareholder. Charlton will continue her practice of fiduciary tax, estate administration and business transactional law. Look will continue to specialize in estate planning and elder law.

Beck.

Beck.

Foster Graham Milstein & Calisher is pleased to announce that two new attorneys have joined the firm: Keirstin Beck (real estate and land use) as special counsel and Steven Wienczkowski (litigation) as senior counsel.

Piccone.

Piccone.

Rollin Braswell Fisher LLC is pleased to announce that Marsha Piccone recently joined the firm. Piccone is a trial and appellate lawyer and former Colorado Court of Appeals judge. She will continue her commercial litigation practice at the firm and expand its services to include appellate law and alternative dispute resolution.

Davidson.

Davidson.

Fairfield and Woods, PC announced the addition of Mark A. Davidson as a director in the firm’s litigation department.

BRICK AND MORTAR

Catherine Bazile is pleased to announce the opening of her new law firm, Summit Energy Law LLC. Her practice encompasses oil and gas transactions, title examination, and due diligence.

NEW FACES

Logan.

Logan.

Childs McCune attorney Margrit Parker and husband welcomed Logan Parker to their family on September 18, 2016.

IN MEMORIAM

Sherman & Howard LLC is sad to announce the passing of attorney Andrew Wayne Volin, who died on March 14. He devoted more than 27 years to all aspects of labor and employment law. He was also known to law students at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and the University of Colorado School of Law, both as an adjunct professor and guest lecturer. During his career, he served as co-chair of the CBA Labor and Employment Section and as a member of the Legal Advisory Board of the Colorado Civil Justice League. Donations in celebration of his life can be made in his name to Law School Yes We Can and the Mental Health Center of Denver.

Powell.

Powell.

It is with profound sadness that the bar associations announce the passing of former receptionist Nona Powell on April 18. Powell was born in Pittsburgh, PA on July 5, 1954. She graduated from Wheat Ridge High School in 1972 and earned her bachelor’s degree in history from Metro State College in 2006. While raising her children, she assisted professionally in the family business for many years and later went on to work in guest relations. Powell’s caring, compassionate and loving nature was evident to everyone who knew her. She loved her family, nature and music dearly. She was an accomplished flutist who played for the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, as well as for chamber ensembles around the city. Powell’s family asks that those wishing to contribute something in her memory donate to The Denver Brass, which celebrates music and the Denver community.

Richard Mauro passed away in Nevada on May 22 at the age of 71. The bar associations express their deepest condolences to his family and friends.

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