• vcard
  • Education
    • J.D., University of Denver Sturm College of Law, 2015
    • M.S., Florida State University, 2006
    • B.A., University of Florida, 2000

As a litigator, Gina Tincher represents a diverse set of clients such as real estate developers, local municipalities, and multinational corporations. Gina has experience litigating CERCLA cleanup cases against the United States involving Department of Defense contamination. She also regularly works on Section 1983 matters including claims brought against cities and local law enforcement and fire departments. Gina is committed to assisting clients in developing litigation avoidance and risk management strategies tailored to their specific business needs and objectives.

Prior to law school, Gina worked as a narcotics detective for the Gainesville Police Department in Florida. Her background in law enforcement investigations uniquely positions her to assist clients with governmental investigations, internal investigations, and overall fact development during litigation. 

  • Successfully arbitrated a construction design dispute for a large, privately held real estate development group in Denver. A defective boiler system design in a new Denver luxury apartment complex forced a client to perform extensive remedial work and incur revenue losses throughout 2017 and 2018. The client was awarded damages for every category of its claims including nearly all of its out-of-pocket costs, concessions expenditures and, as the prevailing party, recovered all of its incurred attorneys’ fees. Net recovery is in excess of $1.1M.
  • Represented multinational, privately held company in business dispute with former distributors resulting in judgment in favor of client in excess of $9M.
text icon Publications & Presentations
The Unconventional Gas Technical Engagement Program-Ensuring the United States Shares its Knowledge in an Environmentally and Socially Responsible Manner
The Energy Law Journal
May 5, 2015
text icon Publications & Presentations
Liberal Pot Laws Put Employers in a Quandry
National Law Journal
April 13, 2015