Posted on 03 September 2013.
LAW WEEK COLORADO
Moye White added seven new attorneys from Franke Greenhouse following a merger with the firm.
The new additions include partners Paul Franke III, Charles Greenhouse and Jennifer Stenman, and associates Stephanie Loughner, Bethany Johnson, Ryan Donlon and Beth Robinson, and paralegals Michelle Cole and Lisa Kaiser-Byrd.
The Franke Greenhouse lawyers and paralegals will expand Moye White’s practice in the areas of commercial litigation, oil and gas, title insurance, real estate, telecommunications, health care and employment.
Franke specializes in complex financial litigation. He has represented a variety of commercial clients including corporations, insurance companies, savings banks, commercial and national banks, mortgage companies, limited liability companies and partnerships. Prior to founding Franke Greenhouse, he spent 17 years at Hall & Evans where he was a partner and chair of the firm’s commercial litigation group.
Greenhouse’s practice focuses on real estate and oil and gas title-related matters. He represents title companies and underwriters in claims litigation that involves real estate issues including mechanic’s liens, construction defect, boundary disputes and adverse possession. He represents oil and gas companies in preparation of oil and gas title opinions, oil and gas leasing and other contractual matters. He also represents financial institutions and other institutional clients in commercial litigation related to distressed real estate and personal property loans, including foreclosures, receiverships, collection and loan work out issues. He has experience in procedural matters in bankruptcy, and he practices before the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado and in a number of other Districts.
Stenman concentrates her practice on commercial real estate, including leasing, lease enforcement, acquisition, disposition, easements, licensing and financing. She also provides legal services for oil and gas companies by preparing oil and gas title opinions, including drilling title opinions and division order title opinions. Her clients include property owners, developers, property management companies, brokers, receivers and energy companies. She has experience in the area of creditor’s rights and bankruptcy.
Loughner’s practice focuses on real estate, employment and corporate matters. She represents local corporations, banks, developers, real estate investors, landlords, property managers, HOAs, mortgage companies and larger institutional clients. She works with her clients in compliance, business transactions, contract disputes and collections. Her employment and labor practice involves counseling clients through employment, partnership agreements and disputes such as wage claims, non-competes and defamation.
Johnson’s practice focuses primarily on commercial real estate, real property and telecommunications matters. She represents commercial property owners and property management companies in landlord/tenant matters, as well as corporate clients in breach of contract, real estate, title insurance, and construction disputes. Beth has successfully represented clients in a variety of real estate and banking related appellate matters.
Donlon’s practice focuses on multi-jurisdictional commercial dispute resolution. He litigates and arbitrates national and international transactions relating to the telecommunications, energy, insurance and banking sectors, among others. He also has extensive experience litigating large environmental and natural resource disasters against private and governmental interests. He is admitted to practice law as an attorney in California and Colorado and as a solicitor in England and Wales.
Robinson’s practice primarily focuses on complex commercial and civil litigation matters and employment litigation. She has represented large companies in complex litigation including contract disputes and product liability. Beth represents management and employers in labor and employment discrimination claims. She also advises and counsels on all aspects of workforce management, including collective bargaining agreements with unions, Reduction-In-Force notices and layoffs, and FMLA and other policies required by state and federal law. Beth is a former assistant attorney general for the State of Missouri.
Read Law Week’s Sept. 9 issue for more information about the merger.