Buchalter

Legal Services | Colorado, USA
tel: (303) 253-6740 | fax:
1624 Market Street, Suite 400 | Denver | Colorado | 80202-2457 | USA

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Overview

Buchalter is a full-service business law firm that has been teaming with clients for eight decades, providing legal counsel at all stages of their growth and evolution, and helping them meet the many legal challenges and decisions they face. Our clients are engaged in a diverse global economy governed by complex laws and regulations, and they trust us as advisers and business partners because we are involved in their world. They rely on our forward-thinking to help them resolve problems before they arise.

At Buchalter, we practice in that spirit.

Our founding principle-providing our clients with the best business solutions-continues to lead us. We value each client relationship, recognizing that their success is our success. Our overarching goal-getting the best results for the client in a timely manner with sensitivity to cost-has engendered client loyalty, and the firm has grown from that loyalty.

Our lawyers are accessible, resourceful, skillful and adept at responding to change. Our technological capabilities keep case law and rule changes at our fingertips and client communications current, enabling us to create efficient, superior outcomes.

We strongly believe that technology is a tool that furthers the practice of law and have used that belief to develop a cutting edge platform for our firm. We use a meshed (NVPN) network to facilitate work among offices, Cisco VoIP telephony and Video-over-IP conferencing. Sharing documents is seamless through FileSite, which is also utilized to create our Client Extranets. To support our litigation matters, we use Concordance and Opticon, as well as LiveNote and Sanction. Unlike many firms, we have the capacity to process e-Discovery in-house, reducing client costs.

Buchalter lawyers are also active members of the communities in which they live and work. Leadership is a value the founding partners practiced and passed on to the current generation of attorneys. Our lawyers sit on the boards of prominent organizations, teach and lecture frequently. We actively participate in many associations and groups including the Public Law Center, San Francisco Legal Aid Society, Practicing Law Institute, California State Bar Association, the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the LACBA Domestic Violence Project, the Sojourner Center, the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Phoenix and many others.

Buchalter is consistently ranked among the leading law firms by Chambers and Partners, Best Lawyers, The Daily Journal and the Los Angeles Business Journal. It is also ranked among the leading firms nationally by American Legal Media and the National Law Journal.

Buchalter's commitment to reflecting and enhancing the rich diversity of the clients and communities in which we practice is more than eight decades strong. The firm's diversity of attorneys and staff provides clients with a greater array of creative talent and alternative thinking, benefiting all.

Lawyers Worldwide: 476

Areas of Practice

Professionals

Partners

Betty  Arkell

Betty Arkell

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Kara    Chrobak

Kara Chrobak

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Scott L.  Evans

Scott L. Evans

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Terry  Freeman

Terry Freeman

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Rajesh   Kukreja

Rajesh Kukreja

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Dylan  Metzner

Dylan Metzner

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Joe   Sakay

Joe Sakay

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Steve  Segal

Steve Segal

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Michael  Williamson

Michael Williamson

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Associates

Of Counsel

Amber  Arias

Amber Arias

Special Counsel
Clayton   Barnett

Clayton Barnett

Senior Counsel
Laura   Chartrand

Laura Chartrand

Special Counsel
Michael C.  Flynn

Michael C. Flynn

Of Counsel
Jack   Luellen

Jack Luellen

Special Counsel
Albert   Sahlstrom

Albert Sahlstrom

Senior Counsel

Articles

Employment Law Yearbook 2024

Chapter 12: Family, Medical, and Military Leave: Recent Developments Under the FMLA and USERRA April 2024 Co-Authored By: Michelle Brookfield The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was enacted by Congress in 1993 and has now developed over thirty years of regulations and extensive caselaw. As the Department of Labor (DOL) summarizes, the FMLA entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons with continuation of group health insurance coverage under the same terms and conditions as if the employee had not taken leave...

Pivot, Don’t Panic: How Employers Should Respond to the FTC’s Ban on Non-Compete Agreements

May 10, 2024 By: Dylan W. Wiseman and Sarah Andrzejczak On April 23, 2024, the Federal Trade Commission approved and issued its final rule effectively banning employers’ use of non-compete agreements (subject to very few exceptions). The rule becomes effective 120 days after publication in the Federal Register, heralding yet another stride towards enhanced employee mobility. Despite the unfavorable reception from many employers, it’s important to understand that all is not lost. Notably, since the Gold Rush era, California employers have successfully operated without non-compete agreements...

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Press

Buchalter Recognized by Chambers & Partners 2024 USA Guide

June 6, 2024 Buchalter is pleased to announce that the following attorneys have been recognized by Chambers and Partners as “Leaders in Their Field”: Commercial Finance California  Robert Davidson Robert Gillison William Schoenholz Robert Willner Bankruptcy/Restructuring California Jeffrey Garfinkle Energy: State Regulatory & Litigation California  Nora Sheriff Health Care California  Carol Lucas Corporate/M&A Colorado Betty Arkell Utah Lance Lehnhof Immigration Oregon<

Brent Baker Quoted in The Salt Lake Tribune

LDS Church as venture capitalist: Here's a glimpse into where it invests in innovation June 3, 2024 By: Ethan Gregory Dodge As The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints oversees its major holdings in U.S. stocks and mutual funds, filings show, it spreads billions of dollars across industries from Big Tech to real estate, from health care and banking to consumer goods. A private company that plans to sell public stocks in the United States must file a prospectus to register them with the SEC, explains Salt Lake City-based securities attorney Brent R. Baker. The prospectus, otherwise known as an S-1 filing, discloses the company’s financial obligations and, typically, its investors...

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