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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 member of the firm's Litigation Department.  He has represented both corporate and individual clients in a wide array of complex commercial litigation matters.  Mr. Meyer has appeared in Colorado state, federal, and bankruptcy courts. 

Mr. Meyer's experience includes representing plaintiffs and defendants in class action, constitutional, construction, contract, employment, fraud, fiduciary duty, insurance coverage and bad faith, landlord-tenant, personal injury, real estate, and tort matters.

  • 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.
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Homebuilders Beware: You May Get More (Risk) Than You Bargained For
Legal update section of ON Site Magazine
November 2007
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Insurance: Court Finds Coverage in Prior Policy
Legal update section of ON Site Magazine
December 2006