The Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, the largest specialty bar association in the state, announces the election of Natalie Brown to the position of president.
Neil M. Goff, a Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck shareholder, was named to the Global Down Syndrome Foundation Board
Lambdin & Chaney announces that Gregg S. Rich is now a partner of the firm. He will continue to practice in the area of construction litigation.
Pendleton, Friedberg, Wilson & Hennessey announces that Richard H. Hill joined the firm as special counsel. Hill’s practice focuses on real estate transactions for both companies and individuals.
Richilano Shea, the civil and criminal law litigation boutique recently formed by
Lyle A. Wallace and Timothy D. Scott formed Wallace Scott. The firm will be located on Larimer Square and will advise entrepreneurs, business owners and individuals on estate planning, tax and business law issues.
The local certified public accounting firm of Stark Winter Schenkein & Co. announces the
Ruegsegger Simons Smith & Stern announces that Justen L. Miller has joined the firm as an associate.
The law firm of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck announces that Michelle L. Gomez joined the firm as an associate in its litigation group.
BRICKS & MORTAR
David A. Sprecace relocated from Lincoln Center to the D&F Tower, 1601 Arapahoe St., 3rd floor, Denver, CO 80202. Phone, fax, and e-mail remain the same.
The Docket apologizes for printing, in the September issue, the incorrect phone number in the following announcement: Walta, Gehring, Harms & Dingle, a trial and appellate practice, opened its doors at 1912 Logan St. in Denver. Phone: (303) 953-5999; fax: (303) 996-8973; Web site: www.wghd-law.com; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The firm focuses on contract support for attorneys, criminal defense, personal injury and professional disciplinary matters.
Paul W. Michaud, 53, died April 1. Michaud graduated from DU Law on Dec. 21, 1990. He previously worked as a nuclear engineer and most recently was in private practice as an oil and gas attorney.
The DBA is sad to announce the passing of a former employee and dear friend, Thi Tran. She worked in the marketing department and was 34 years old. Her energetic spirit and amazing artistic talents will be missed.