|J.D., 1972, Yale Law School|
|B.A., 1969, with honors, Grinnell College|
|U.S. District Court, District of Colorado|
|Supreme Court of Colorado|
|U.S. Supreme Court|
|U.S. Court of Federal Claims|
|U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit|
|U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit|
|U.S. Court of Military Appeals|
|Boards of Contract Appeals for the United States Military Services and Departments of Interior and Energy|
Best Lawyers in America, 2013-2014
Chambers USA, America's Leading Business Lawyers, General Commercial Litigation in Colorado, 2008-2013
Colorado Super Lawyers, 2009
Co-Chair of Mayor John Hickenlooper's Infrastructure Priorities Task Force Executive Committee, 2006-2007
Co-chair of the Design and Construction Committee, Denver’s Justice Center Task Force, 2004
Co-chair of Mayor Hickenlooper’s Transition Team for Denver’s Public Works Department, 2003
Governor Bill Ritter's Business Advisory Council, 2007
Governor Elect Bill Ritter's Transition Team, Colorado Department of Natural Resources
American Bar Association
Colorado Bar Association
Denver Bar Association
National Association of Bar Presidents
Sam Cary Bar Association
An experienced attorney and skilled litigator, Hubert handles disputes arising from construction, regulatory and natural resources law. His work includes some of the country’s most challenging land issues on former military bases and training grounds. He also serves as Chairman of the firm's Pro Bono Committee.
Hubert has represented a wide variety of clients, including commercial and residential advisors, design and engineering companies; manufacturing and agricultural companies; regulated utilities; lenders and insurers; air, water and land regulatory agencies; local, regional and state governments; individual landowners; and public interest groups. His broad range of civil trial experience includes an impressive 100-plus litigated matters. He has argued cases in the state courts of California, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Wyoming and in the Federal District Courts of California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Kansas, Nevada and New Mexico.
With extensive experience in the construction and engineering area, Hubert's advice as counsel to the competitors in multiple P3 initiatives in Colorado, over the past seven years, has uniquely positioned him to assist in the development of DB & DBFOM structures for the public sector. Hubert also served as counsel to DB developers of Denver’s metropolitan beltway and the primary multi-modal corridor in Denver (T-REX) for nearly 12 years..
Prior to commencing his private practice, Hubert served as a Colorado Assistant Attorney General for almost four years.
|Counseled on the contract formation, design and construction claims and disputes related to Denver International Airport's terminal building and the Concourse C project. Brownstein also advised Bombardier on procurement for the train connector between the terminal and concourse buildings.|
|Represented the construction contractors on the $845 million E-470 Public Highway Project. The 12-year construction path of Denver’s E-470 highway involved multiple legal issues, however Brownstein's client, the design/build contractor, completed the project without a single litigation dispute.|
|Represented a European bidder responding to a Northwest Parkway Public Highway Authority Request for Proposal for a long-term concession agreement (a "P-3" structure) for management of this existing Denver-area tolled highway.|
|Represented the construction contractors on the $1.8 billion TREX highway and light rail expansion project along I-25 in Denver, the largest public works project in the history of the region. Brownstein's representation included contract negotiation, contract dispute resolution advice and adjudication, regulatory compliance advice, and regulatory compliance defense, both administrative proceedings and litigation, for the transportation project.|
|Represented the Port of Long Beach in developing its process for selection of a zero emissions technology for delivery to Port management (by formal RFQ/RFP). The technology would have implemented an environmentally friendly shipping container movement system from Port docks to railroad distribution yards. Also advised the Port concerning selection of procurement frameworks, public contracting, public records and confidential information management.|
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