Civil litigation encompasses all aspects of our practice of law. It means not criminal law. Civil cases often cross paths with the criminal system and we thus know prosecutors, defense lawyers and law enforcement people. We can and do work together when a civil case crosses over and vice versa.


The bottom line is this: Matt brought his New York City work ethic and intense training to a law practice in a small, but very sophisticated place. The Aspen and Vail-area communities are unique in the world. Our mountains and rivers have formed dynamic communities. Technology, transportation systems and communications have all caused a seismic shift in how we work and live. While we have evolved into the best year-round resorts and economies, it is also now possible and common to see people moving here to live full time and pursue their businesses, careers and professions. This influx is helping to sustain old ways and create new ways of living and the sensible expansion of communities like Aspen, Basalt, Carbondale, Glenwood Springs/New Castles/Silt/Rifle, Avon/Edwards/Eagle and Vail. Technology also allows our firm and attorneys located in the Roaring Fork and Vail valleys to easily practice in three intermediate counties: Pitkin, Eagle and Garfield. We also stay connected the old-fashioned way, as the I-70 corridor connects us with the Grand Valley, Eagle Valley, Vail, and on down to Denver.


While we handle many large and sophisticated cases, we are not too big to help solve some small-town problems. We have helped our neighbors with residential lease disputes and car accidents. And we are comfortable in the courtroom, so we can take it to the mat when necessary. Stop by our office. If we are not the right firm to handle your problem, chances are, we know who is and can point you in the right direction.