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Moye White Attorneys Honored as Barrister’s Best 2017

Local business law firm receives recognition


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Denver-based law firm, Moye White LLP recently announced four of the firm’s partners have been named Barrister’s Best 2017 by Law Week Colorado

The local publication's staff and readership selected winners in more than 100 categories, celebrating the best of the legal world in the state.

Readers’ poll winners are designated as People’s Choice and staff selections as Barrister’s Best

The Moye White attorneys were named Barrister’s Best People’s Choice winners in the following categories:

  • "BEST BANKRUPTCY LAWYER" - Jim Burghardt
  • "BEST CORPORATE LAW LAWYER - John Moye
  • "BEST NONPROFIT LAWYER" - Lorni Sharrow
  • "BEST PRIVATE EQUITY LAWYER" - Ted White

    About Moye White LLP

    Moye White LLP is a business law firm serving clients throughout Colorado, North Dakota, the Rocky Mountain West, nationally and internationally. Moye White provides legal representation across a wide variety of transactional and litigation matters. The firm’s attorneys offer strategic, team-oriented counsel to public, private and governmental clients in complex business and real estate transactions and disputes. As a Certified B Corporation, Moye White meets rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability. Moye White is a member of Ally Law, providing its clients with a reliable network of corporate law firms around the world. For more information, contact Managing Partner Thomas List, at 303-292-2900 or tom.list@moyewhite.com

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