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Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Welcomes Peter Ajemian To Las Vegas Office And Establishes Intellectual Property Department

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Welcomes Peter Ajemian To Las Vegas Office And Establishes Intellectual Property Department

Peter H. Ajemian joins the firm's Intellectual Property Department, a new department that will be co-chaired by Evan Rothstein and Cara Crowley-Weber.

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Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Featured in Denver Post Profile

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Featured in Denver Post Profile

The Denver Post profiles the firm and the rise of its Washington, D.C. office to become a

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Steve Demby Appointed To Board Of Directors Of AIPAC

Steve Demby Appointed To Board Of Directors Of AIPAC

Steve Demby, a shareholder in the firm’s Denver office and a member of its executive committee, recently was appointed to serve on the board of directors of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).

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Brownstein Welcomes Jonathan Bloch To Lead Nationally Recognized EB-5 Team

Brownstein Welcomes Jonathan Bloch To Lead Nationally Recognized EB-5 Team

Jonathan Bloch joins the firm's Los Angeles office, bringing an unparalleled depth of experience, knowledge and relationships to Brownstein's corporate practice group.

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Community Impact Report 2015

Community Impact Report 2015

When it comes to making a difference in our community, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck is all in! From our Karma Volunteer program to Lunch & Learn educational presentations to extensive pro bono and board service, giving back is, and always will be, part of our DNA. To download a PDF of the 2015 Community Impact Report, please click here.

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Case Studies

Jumped to No. 2 Federal Lobbying Firm In Just 20 Years

No matter what the type of organization, playing an active role in the political decision-making process and policy formation is no longer a luxury—it is an imperative. More

Melanoma Research Gets a Boost From Successful Lobbying

Brownstein’s policy team was a driving force behind the doubled funding for melanoma and other cancer research in the 2015 omnibus appropriations bill as well as the Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer through our team’s pro bono work with the Melanoma Research Alliance (MRA). More

Helping a Community Hospital Thrive

The sale of a distressed hospital takes an integrated team with the ability to pull together the right resources in a limited time frame. More

Creating a Path for Compensation on Behalf of the Former American Hostages in Tehran

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State Tourism Projects Get a Boost from Regional Tourism Act

Brownstein guided statewide effort to promote tourism in Colorado that resulted in a quarter-billion dollars of economic development projects throughout the state. More

Reinventing a Denver Icon

The $54 million transformation of Denver’s historic 120-year-old train station was accomplished through a complex and rapidly evolving public/private partnership. More

50 Golf Clubs: One Successful Transaction

ClubCorp’s purchase of Sequoia Golf and its inventory of 50 courses required quick work and careful planning to close such a large transaction in just eight weeks. More

SouthGlenn Mall Reborn as The Streets at SouthGlenn

Redevelopment involves a myriad of legal issues, from joint venture structuring to public and private financing. More

Securing Much-Needed Access to the Colorado River

After a 15-year effort to negotiate and litigate the 2003 Colorado River Quantification Settlement Agreement all of the remaining legal challenges to the landmark accord have been thrown out. More

Protecting Developers from Contamination on Former Defense Sites

With the closure of 22 major military bases across the country between 2005 and 2011 and new closures on the horizon, more and more lenders, insurers and real estate developers will be involved in military base redevelopment. More