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Michael Burgof Burg Simpson was named to the Board of Directors of the Mizel Museum by businessman and philanthropist Larry Mizel who, with his wife Carol, continue to be the museum’s major benefactors. The museum teaches awareness and respect through Jewish life and culture, immigration, art, lessons of the Holocaust, the award-winning Bridges of Understanding, workshops and internationally recognized exhibitions.
Holland & Hart attorney Evan Randall, and Isaacson Rosenbaum attorneys Ryan Christ and Nick McGrath earned accreditation as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Professionals. They are among only five lawyers in the state to achieve such status.
Sherman & Howard attorney Lorenzo Trujillo was among five recipients of a 2008 "¡Scouting Vale La Pena! Service Award!" from the Denver Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The award was given at a luncheon on Dec. 8.
Boulder Chief Judge Roxanne Bailin received the second annual John F. Truhlar Champion of Mental Health Award. She was honored for her outstanding contributions to the mental health
Timmins law firm announced that Coulter M. Bump was appointed by Gov. Bill Ritter to serve on the Small Business Council, which makes recommendations to the governor for regulatory and statutory changes needed to encourage the initiation, stability and growth of small business enterprises.
Change in the Denver law community has come in the way of the newly merged law firm of Polsinelli Shughart, formerly Shughart Thomson & Kilroy.
Baker & Hostetler announced the addition of Tina U. Amin as an associate in its Denver office. She earned her law degree from the University of Colorado, where she served as Editor of the Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law.
Kim I. McCullough, a franchise attorney, and Jeffrey Cowman, a franchise and commercial litigator, have joined Ballard Spahr as partners, along with Lynne M. Hanson and Garrett Tuttle as of counsel. They follow corporate and tax attorney John L. Ruppert and M&A and finance attorney Michele J. Rowland, who joined the firm as partners earlier in the year.
Fairfield and Woods announced that Charles F. Brega joined the litigation department as a director. The firm also announced that three of their attorneys have been promoted to director: Tamara A. Hoffbuhr, Timothy E. Reilly and Michael H. Smith.
Hatch Jacobs announced that Christopher J. Conant and Daniel P.
Hensley Kim & Holzer announced that Thomas J. Osborne, Jr. became a member of the firm. His practice focuses on identifying, obtaining and managing intellectual property rights.
Kamlet Shepherd & Reichert named two new partners — John D. Mereness, in the litigation practice group, and Denise D. Riley, chair of the labor and employment practice area. The firm also appointed Brian P. Jumps to serve as managing partner. He is a partner in the firm’s real estate practice group.
McKenna Long & Aldridge announced that the firm has elected Sandra Wick Mulvany to partnership.
Moye White announced that four of its attorneys, Rebecca B. DeCook, David Laird, Jake Matter and Dominick Sekich were named partners. The firm also announced that former partner Chesley K. "Bud" Culp, III rejoined the firm. Culp most recently served as vice president and assistant general counsel for the Quizno’s Corporation and was responsible for managing all of its North American litigation.
The Denver-based law firm of Sherman & Howard announced that Reed Morgan joined the firm and will practice in the area of commercial litigation.
Robinson Waters & O’Dorisio named family law attorney Jennifer C. Alldredge as shareholder. Alldredge’s practice will continue to focus on family law matters, including divorce, adoption, parental responsibilities, modification of child support and other post decree matters.
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McKenna Long & Aldridge announced the new location of its Denver office. The address is 1400 Wewatta St., Suite 700, Denver, 80202. The phone number is (303) 634-4000.
After 13 years in the Tabor Center, the intellectual property law firm Townsend and Townsend and Crew is moving its Denver office to LoDo. The 230-attorney firm, including 35 lawyers and 85 employees in Denver, has outgrown its current space and opened for business in a newly constructed, nine-story office building at 1400 Wewatta St.
Brent A. Martin, a DBA member and passionate volunteer for the Denver Mock Trials, passed away on Friday, Jan. 16. He was 45 years old.