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 in complex commercial litigation as well as real estate, construction, class action, environmental, and employment disputes.  As a trusted counselor and a zealous advocate, Mr. Barnes tackles complex and difficult issues in a strategic and creative way with a focus on ensuring legal compliance and mitigating risks consistent with clients’ business goals.

In addition to his litigation practice, he has experience in governmental licensing and compliance in the heavily-regulated industries of gaming, liquor, and cannabis.  He has also served as an effective spokesman and lobbyist for various industries, including oil and gas and outdoor advertising, as well as non-profit organizations.

“Mr. Barnes is a seasoned litigator and a great addition to our team,” said Daniel Glasser, a founding

Mr. Barnes is licensed to practice law in the State of Colorado.

About Chipman Glasser

Chipman Glasser, LLC represents businesses and individuals throughout the United States. The firm handles a broad range of matters, from partnership dissolutions to complex class actions, construction disputes and quiet title cases. We also counsel clients on contract negotiations and business formation.

Founded in 2009, Chipman Glasser, LLC has built its practice around litigation. The firm primarily assists corporate clients with litigation challenges in all facets of their business and operations. Over the years, the firm’s lawyers have developed tested strategies for simplifying and effectively communicating the nuances of complex business disputes to state and federal court judges and juries, arbitration panels, administrative hearing officers, and in various appellate forums.