of Grimshaw & Harring PC is considered "a leader in the field."
He is particularly noted for his work in infrastructure development and municipal district bonds for public utilities. Stephen Kaplan
of Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell LLP negotiates sophisticated public-private partnerships regarding the use of land for and adjoining highways and airports. He also handles any related environmental issues. Sarah Rockwell
at the same firm is a popular choice with both public and private sector clients. She advises on land use, environmental and municipal law issues affecting airports and large-scale commercial, industrial and residential developments. Sources say "she is always looking for a win-win situation." Mark Senn
of Senn Visciano PC "has staggering intellectual gifts, and is practical and client-focused."
Peers are quick to single him out for his strength in commercial leasing. Alvin Cohen
of Benjamin, Bain, Howard & Cohen LLC "can do anything you need a construction lawyer to do."
He is particularly highly regarded in litigation, arbitration and mediation involving private and public sector contracts. Karen Samuels Jones
of Perkins Coie LLP continues to impress as "a supremely committed, intelligent practitioner with an excellent command of the field."
Her practice includes foreclosures, loan workouts and receiverships. She also handles construction, commercial leasing and resort work. Alan Lottner
of Lottner Rubin Fishman Brown & Saul, PC is recognized for his expertise in real estate financing, loan workouts, condominium and planned unit developments. Colleague Rick Rubin
advises on acquisitions, dispositions, leases, foreclosures and title matters. His knowledge of the environmental and land use regulations associated with developments is also highly sought after. Daniel Frost
of Snell & Wilmer LLP has earned an "excellent reputation"
handling litigation, claims and contracts relating to the construction and development of energy and natural resources projects. Chris Kinsman
of Fairfield & Woods is best known for his work on the acquisition, financing, leasing and disposition of affordable housing, residential, commercial and mixed-use projects throughout the Rockies. Clients report: "He has a good sense of what's possible and what's practical, not just what the law says." Lawrence Donovan
and Barry Permut
recently arrived at Ryley Carlock & Applewhite from Isaacson Rosenbaum PC. Interviewees report that Donovan is "one of the best real estate lawyers you could ever work with."
His practice spans the range of real estate development and transactions, and he is a noted authority in commercial leasing. Permut is described as "a deal-maker who brings creative solutions to the table."
He is best known for commercial and residential real estate development, financing and restructuring. Janet Lawler McDaniel
is also a former Isaacson Rosenbaum attorney, and she joins the team at Benjamin, Bain, Howard & Cohen LLC. She is credited for her "tremendous understanding of the construction process."
She is becoming increasingly prominent for her practice in construction litigation and the drafting, negotiation and review of contracts. Kevin Kelley
recently joined Husch Blackwell LLP from Jacobs Chase. He wins praise for his work in senior housing, resorts and leisure, condominium projects and mixed-use master-planned communities. Sources describe him as "a rising star." Paul Jacobs
, formerly a principal at Jacobs Chase, is one of 24 attorneys who have made the move to Husch Blackwell LLP. He is one of Denver's most respected transactional real estate attorneys, the acquisition of whom represents a major coup for the firm.