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  • 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 multinational payments processing and telecommunications companies, real estate owners and developers, healthcare organizations, and local governmental entities.  Gina has successfully represented her clients in both state and federal cases involving complex commercial contract disputes, environmental claims, and challenges to agency actions involving environmental regulations, zoning, and other land use decisions. Gina has significant trial experience for a fifth year associate.  She has second-chaired two federal lawsuits, cross-examined expert witnesses at trial, and she has personally handled over fifty state court hearings without any supervision.    

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 spent fourteen years as a narcotics detective in Gainesville, Florida.  That experience makes Gina keenly adept at fact gathering and witness interviews in the early stages of a case but it also shows in her ability to effectively depose and examine witnesses during trial.

  • Represented multinational, privately held company in business dispute with former distributors resulting in judgment in favor of client in excess of $9M, and dismissal of claims against the client for over $54M in damages. 
  • Represents two large multinational payments processing companies in dispute with former vendor in action involving misappropriation of trade secrets claims.
  • Represents healthcare organization in class action challenging third-party liability recovery practices under Medicaid program.

  • Successfully arbitrated a construction design dispute for a large, privately held real estate development group in Denver resulting in a net recovery in excess of $1.1M.

  • Successfully represented property owner in federal lawsuit against the United States regarding government munitions and ordnance left on the property following the government’s lease of land during WWII, resulting in settlement requiring payment by the U.S. to client of over $30M for cleanup efforts.
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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
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Liberal Pot Laws Put Employers in a Quandry
National Law Journal
April 13, 2015