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  • Education
    • J.D., University of Denver, 2002, University of Denver Law Review, General Editor; Order of St. Ives; Student Bar Association, Senator and Vice President
    • B.A., University of Colorado, 1995, History
Bill Meyer is a real estate and construction lawyer who provides counselling and advice in all phases of a project. He also regularly represents large and small businesses in general commercial litigation disputes.

Bill works closely with his clients to understand their financial, business, and litigation goals and then develops a strategy to obtain those goals as efficiently and effectively as possible. Bill’s entire career has focused on real estate, construction, and business litigation. With that background, he gained first-hand experience seeing how deals can fall apart and how they can be saved. This experience makes him a strong counselor and advocate when representing a client who is putting a deal together, negotiating a settlement, or when going to litigation.

Bill spends most of his time handling:
  • Constructions defect, delay, and payment claims
  • Landlord-tenant disputes including covenant enforcement, eviction proceedings, and exclusivity rights
  • Loan and security agreement disputes
  • Real estate litigation including disputes arising out of title, boundary, access and easement rights
  • Business disputes involving business break-ups, contract, fiduciary and fraud claims
  • First-chaired a five-day jury trial representing a plaintiff asserting claims of fraud, misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty, and breach of contract related to a complex real estate transaction. Obtained a judgment in excess of $2 million.
  • First-chaired a four-day jury trial representing a defendant in a mechanic's lien trust fund action. Obtained a defense verdict.
  • Obtained a successful resolution when a plaintiff was awarded a judgment of approximately one-fourth her pretrial demand following second-chairing a five-day jury trial representing a defendant in an admitted liability personal injury matter.
  • Successfully prosecuted claims by national retail bakery restaurant against its landlord for breach of an exclusivity covenant in its lease. 
  • Successfully represented mountain resort owner in claim against architect and engineer of parking garage that had collapsed during construction. Recovered all claimed damages through settlement.
  • Defended national retail clothing store in claim brought by its former landlord for breach of the lease. Settled at a fraction of the landlord's initial demand.
  • Defended national transportation management company in claim brought by former executive for claimed breach of a bonus agreement.
  • First-chaired three-day federal jury trial in 2012. Represented, pro bono, a state inmate asserting claims for violation of his Eighth Amendment right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment.
  • First-chaired three-day federal jury trial in 2009. Represented, pro bono, a state inmate asserting claims for violation of his Eighth Amendment right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment.
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Homebuilders Beware: You May Get More (Risk) Than You Bargained For
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November 2007
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Insurance: Court Finds Coverage in Prior Policy
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December 2006