Focus. Precision. Success.

Excellent legal services and uniquely creative trial talent in every case.

Focus. Precision. Success.

Excellent legal services and uniquely creative trial talent in every case.

What Our
Clients
Are Saying

What Our
Clients
Are Saying

Recognized as Top 5 Trial Counsel Nationwide for Fortune 50 Retailer

“Thank you again for a wonderful case assessment and trial skills. It’s nice to have confidence in you and the rest of the trial lawyers in your office.”

“Evaluations are spot on!”

“Great reports! Short and to the point.”

“Fantastic trial team!”

“Proven trial attorneys.”

“Thank you again for a wonderful case assessment and trial skills. It’s nice to have confidence in you and the rest of the trial lawyers in your office.”

Recognized as Top 5 Trial Counsel Nationwide for Fortune 50 Retailer

“Evaluations are spot on!”

“Great reports! Short and to the point.”

“Fantastic trial team!”

“Proven trial attorneys.”

In the News

In the News

Senate Bill 20-217 Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity Signed Into Law

On June 19, 2020, Governor Jared Polis enacted sweeping law enforcement reforms in Colorado with the signing of Senate Bill 20-217 (the “Bill”). The Bill makes it clear that qualified immunity is not a defense against a case brought under C.R.S. § 13-21-131 (and only cases brought under C.R.S. § 13-21-131). Not only does qualified immunity not apply, but neither does the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act, any other statutory immunities, or any limitations on liability, damages, or attorney’s fees. In fact, the Bill creates a mandatory award of attorney’s fees to any successful plaintiff. A defendant, by contrast, may only recover attorney’s fees if the court finds the action frivolous.

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Senate Bill 20-217 Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity Signed Into Law

On June 19, 2020, Governor Jared Polis enacted sweeping law enforcement reforms in Colorado with the signing of Senate Bill 20-217 (the “Bill”). The Bill makes it clear that qualified immunity is not a defense against a case brought under C.R.S. § 13-21-131 (and only cases brought under C.R.S. § 13-21-131). Not only does qualified immunity not apply, but neither does the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act, any other statutory immunities, or any limitations on liability, damages, or attorney’s fees. In fact, the Bill creates a mandatory award of attorney’s fees to any successful plaintiff. A defendant, by contrast, may only recover attorney’s fees if the court finds the action frivolous.

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