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Attorney Dave Ratner honored by Colorado Business Committee for the Arts

Pro bono work at Creative Law Network has earned him the 2019 Volunteer Attorney of the Year award


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The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts honored attorney Dave Ratner, principle at Creative Law Network with the Colorado Attorneys for the Arts Volunteer Attorney of the Year award for dedicating his legal practice and volunteer service to the creative industries, including stewarding the development and growth of CBCA’s Colorado Attorneys for the Arts (CAFTA) program across Colorado.

"Creative Law Network is a Denver-based law firm with national and international clients," Ratner says. "Our practice focuses on the intersection of intellectual property and business law. CAFTA serves any creative business, person or organization in Colorado and connects them with pro bono legal services."

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