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.
On June 3, 2019, a federal court in New Hampshire issued a highly anticipated decision in New Hampshire Lottery Commission et al. v. Barr et al.
As a litigator, Gina Tincher frequently draws on her background in law enforcement to counsel clients on substance-permissive laws, strict liabilities statutes and lawsuits involving municipalities or police officers. Gina’s previous experience equips her to understand how legal, political and business interests influence the goals of her clients.
Gina represents developers in CERCLA matters, such as cases involving Department of Defense contamination and environmental clean-up. She also regularly works on Section 1983 matters including charges brought against cities and local law enforcement agencies. Working with clients in emerging regulated industries, Gina is able to draw on her previous experience as a narcotics detective to advise clients on how new laws influence related and overlapping industries as well as city government.
Prior to joining the firm, Gina worked at the University of Denver's Environmental Law Clinic as a student attorney. Prior to law school, she worked as a narcotics detective for the Gainesville Police Department in Florida.
Successfully arbitrated a construction design dispute for a large, privately held real estate development group in Denver. A defective boiler system design in a new Denver luxury apartment complex forced our client to perform extensive remedial work and incur revenue losses throughout 2017 and 2018. Our client was awarded damages for every category of its claims including nearly all of its out-of-pocket costs, concessions expenditures and, as the prevailing party, will recover all or a significant portion of its incurred attorneys’ fees. Expected net recovery is in excess of $1.1M.
Representing multinational, privately held company in business disputes with former distributors.
Handled UCC Financial Statement filings on behalf of cannabis business.
Gina Tincher Named Chair of Rise Above Colorado’s Board of Directors
8 states consider legalizing pot, Denver firm is poised to help
Brownstein Announces Launch of Emerging Regulated Industries Practice Group
Brownstein’s Gina Tincher Joins Board Of Rise Above Colorado
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Adds 6 First-Year Associates
Associates Advisory Board, Legal Aid Foundation
Executive Leadership Committee, Brent’s Place Leadership Council
Chair, Board of Directors, Rise Above Colorado
Committee for Balanced Legal Careers, Colorado Bar Association
Slow Food Denver, 2013
Volunteers of America, 2013
Julia Temple Healthcare Center, 2013
Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network (Florida), 2011- 2012
Changes Coming for Colorado Landlords and TenantsBrownstein Client Alert, July 16, 2019
2018 Associates CampaignAuthor, Colorado Lawyer, March 2018
States Diverge on Employment Law Protections for Medical Marijuana UsersBrownstein Client Alert, July 31, 2017
8 States Have Legalized Marijuana In 8 Different WaysCo-Author Law360, November 22, 2016
The Day After Marijuana LegalizationBrownstein Client Alert, November 10, 2016
Top Ten Things to Know About Nevada's Question 2Brownstein Client Alert, October 11, 2016
Top Ten Things To Know About Florida's Amendment 2Brownstein Client Alert, September 13, 2016
Top Ten Things To Know About California's Proposition 64Brownstein Client Alert, September 13, 2016
Managing Editor, University of Denver Water Law Review
Gainesville Police Department Commander’s Award of Excellence, 2010
Gainesville Police Department Officer of the Year, 2008
American Bar Association
Colorado Bar Association
Denver Bar Association
Colorado Women’s Bar Association