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Bill is a highly skilled transactional and business lawyer with over 30 years experience in representing small and medium-sized businesses in all of their transactional needs. After a career with a large Denver firm heading up their real estate department, Bill has grown a solo practice focusing primarily on business transactions and complex commercial litigation and general resolution of business...
Founded in 1979 by Albert B. Wolf, Walter "Bud" Slatkin and Jonathan L. Madison, who previously had practiced law together at another Denver law firm Wolf Slatkin & Madison has enjoyed decades of providing legal services representation to a diversity of clients in a variety of legal matters. Included among the firm's clients are major area contractors, architects and engineers,...
Trusted Business Debt Collection Legal Services Pursuing a claim through the legal process can be a complicated matter involving time, money and effort. When you use the legal process to collect your debt it is critical to work with an experienced firm that is cost effective and gets results. At the Law Office of William Hadden Zimmerling in Denver, Colorado, we provide quality, professional legal...
Gantenbein Law Firm, founded by nationally-recognized attorney and real estate veteran Keith Gantenbein, works to offer solutions to legal challenges faced by residents of Colorado. Our founder and our firm's associate attorneys, Matthew Coombs and Matthew Dall, work together to assist Colorado residents who have needs in a wide range of legal matters, including: Tax law Business law Real...
David Lichtenstein has been practicing law in Colorado for over 35 years. His experience and familiarity in a wide variety of legal areas allows his Denver law firm to represent and counsel clients from a broad perspective. Mr. Lichtenstein has been practicing law since 1981, helping clients from all walks of life with care and compassion. We represent individuals and groups with employment law...
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