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Three Brownstein IP Attorneys Ranked by Intellectual Asset Magazine Patent 1000

Three Brownstein IP Attorneys Ranked by Intellectual Asset Magazine Patent 1000

Craig Hemenway, Paul Prendergast and Cara Crowley-Weber, shareholders in Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s Denver office, are named this year in the 2015 Intellectual Asset Magazine (IAM) Patent 1000 Rankings.

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A Chat with Denver Attorney and Lobbyist Norm Brownstein

A Chat with Denver Attorney and Lobbyist Norm Brownstein

The Wall Street Journal's Law Blog calls Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck "a major player in D.C. politics."

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Community Impact Report

Community Impact Report

Making a difference in the communities where we live and work has been a part of the culture at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck since day one. Our people serve on nonprofit boards, make financial contributions, volunteer and provide pro bono legal and lobbying services. Our commitment to philanthropy is integral to our firm’s purpose and identity.

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Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Practices and Attorneys Well Represented In 2015 Chambers Rankings

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Practices and Attorneys Well Represented In 2015 Chambers Rankings

Chambers and Partners recognized Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck in its annual Chambers USA Guide. In total, the firm received 12 practice rankings and 30 leading individual rankings from five offices, each recognized for excelling in their respective practice areas.

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Case Studies

Top 5 Lobbying Firm 5 Years Running

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

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

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