Wennogle is focused on litigation involving construction and property rights. He also counsels and advises contractors on contract provisions, helps prepare and assess claims and advises clients in the unmanned vehicles industry.
Blaustein is primarily focused on advising both local and national office users with strategic real estate consulting services.
During his tenure at Moye White, Andrew Flynn leveraged his previous experience defending insurance companies and policyholders and co-founded the firm’s Insurance Coverage and Recovery Group.
Jimmy Sengenberger launched his Front-Range morning radio show in 2017. The three-hour show covers business and economics and features interviews with entertaining and engaging guests.
Mike has more than 20 years of banking experience, having led two of the largest banking offices in the Vail Valley. He has resided in the area since 1999.
As a partner in the firm's real estate section, Kaplan will work with clients on real estate transactions including the acquisition, development, financing, leasing and disposition of commercial properties.
She will focus on mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital, securities, tax and general corporate law.
Rich Benenson is managing partner-elect for Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, law and lobbying firm. With 12 offices across the Western U.S., plus Washington, D.C. and Atlantic City, Brownstein is where business, law and politics converge.
Clay Guillory calls founding the company in 2014 “a fortunate mistake. I started it in my garage, put an ad on Craigslist, and here we are.”
Pat Hartman first started the company with Ron Popma as a mobile cannery for breweries in 2011 but pivoted into sleeved cans based on a market need.
It’s not just about award-winning spirits and sustainability; Connie Baker is also in the hospitality business, with the boutique Distillery Inn offering five slick rooms for overnight guests above the stills.
Blake Scholl launched Boom Supersonic in 2014 with the aim to take high-speed air travel to the next frontier. He’d worked for Amazon, Groupon and smaller tech startups, then looked to the sky.