Chipman Glasser Founder Named to Super Lawyers List

March 9, 2021.   Chipman Glasser is proud to announce that firm founder Daniel Glasser has been named to the 2021 Super Lawyers list as a top Business Litigation Attorney. Dan has extensive jury trial experience in high-stakes commercial disputes, including breach of warranty, non-compete, non-solicit, and trade secret matters. In addition to his depth of experience with commercial litigation, …

Rin Karns Joins Chipman Glasser

Chipman Glasser is pleased to announce that Rin Karns has joined the firm. Rin is a seasoned commercial litigator with a depth of experience with high stakes oil and gas exploration and production disputes. An attorney since 2006, Rin will leverage her extensive litigation background on behalf of Chipman Glasser’s clients. Her background includes multiple shareholder and private company disputes, …

Chipman Glasser Founders Listed in Best Lawyers in America

Five attorneys from Chipman Glasser have been named to the 2019 Colorado Super Lawyers list. No more than five percent of the lawyers in Colorado are selected by Super Lawyers. Yet more than eighty percent of the lawyers at Chipman Glasser made that cut. The firm’s founding member, Daniel Glasser, said “We know the lawyers on our team are outstanding. But because the Super Lawyers list is based on peer review, this year’s selections are not only gratifying, they remind us that we are lucky to practice law with these folks.”

Chipman Glasser Obtains Near-Complete Defense Verdict In Commercial Dispute

Attorney John M. Bowlin obtained a court ruling in favor of a Chipman Glasser client after a bench trial. The plaintiff in the case had sought damages exceeding $1 million on theories of fraud, civil theft, and breach of contract in a dispute arising over angel investments and other alleged contractual arrangements. After a two-day trial, the Denver District Court …

Both Managers and Members of an Arizona LLC May Owe a Fiduciary Duty to the LLC

The question of whether managers and/or members of an LLC owe fiduciary duties to the LLC and/or other members of the LLC varies greatly from state to state.  Unlike Colorado’s LLC Act, Arizona’s LLC Act does not expressly impose any fiduciary duties on a  manager.  Therefore, in the recent consolidated case of Sky Harbor Hotel Props. v. Patel Props.; Morris Anderson …

Chipman Glasser is pleased to welcome Mark T. Barnes

Mark Barnes joined Chipman Glasser, LLC on June 3. Mr. Barnes has practiced law in Colorado for nearly three decades. Most recently, he served as the Vice President of Litigation and Assistant General Counsel at Vail Resorts, Inc. And before his time with Vail Resorts, Mr. Barnes was a shareholder with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck in Denver. Mr. Barnes specializes …

Daniel W. Glasser Elected the President of the Colorado – Denver chapter of INBLF, International Network of Boutique and Independent Law Firms

DENVER, CO. – May 15, 2019 – The law firm of Chipman Glasser, LLC is proud to announce that Daniel W. Glasser has been elected President of the Colorado – Denver chapter of the International Network of Boutique and Independent Law Firms (INBLF). “INBLF is a wonderful consortium of outstanding lawyers here in Colorado and around the world. And we …

Colorado Supreme Court Holds Economic Loss Rule Does Not Bar Civil Theft

DENVER, CO. – May 7, 2019 – Colorado Supreme Court Holds Economic Loss Rule Does Not Bar Civil Theft In a much-anticipated ruling, the Colorado Supreme Court yesterday settled a split among divisions of the Colorado Court of Appeals over whether the economic loss rule bars a claim for civil theft where taking the property was also a breach of …

Is Delaware Changing the Way it Looks at Rule 12(b)(6) Challenges in Business Cases?

DENVER, CO. – May 1, 2019 – Is Delaware changing the way it looks at Rule 12(b)(6) challenges in business cases? Recently, the Delaware Supreme Court has indicated a departure from years of Rule 12(b)(6) jurisprudence. Delaware Supreme Court Rule 8 prohibits parties from raising issues on appeal that were not “fairly presented to the trial court.”[1] In the context …