For more than 125 years, Sherman & Howard’s commercial and corporate litigation and trial lawyers have made a name for themselves as result-oriented, client-focused attorneys handling difficult and complex business cases. Major corporations, small businesses, and individuals from Colorado, the Rocky Mountain region, and throughout the country come to Sherman & Howard with their serious business problems and litigation. The firm’s top-flight trial lawyers, and their tenacious attitude, creative legal strategies and commitment to clients, fuel its success.
Sherman & Howard’s trial attorneys constitute one of the largest litigation departments in the Rocky Mountain region. They have substantial experience representing clients in high-stakes, complex commercial litigation, including corporate, limited liability company, and partnership disputes, and securities fraud, fiduciary duty, business torts, class actions, contract, insurance recovery, intellectual property, unfair competition, construction, antitrust, oil and gas, mining, telecommunications, healthcare, and real estate matters.
In addition to their trial practice in state and federal courts, Sherman & Howard’s lawyers regularly represent clients in arbitration, administrative, and appellate proceedings. The firm also conducts corporate investigations and represents special litigation committees. We are dedicated to client satisfaction, and provide a full range of technical resources to address needs, achieve objectives, and solve problems.
Sherman & Howard’s lawyers take an active role in the legal community by teaching lawyers and writing articles on legal matters, playing leadership roles in bar associations, and writing key legislation. Positions they have held include, among others, president of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, president of the Colorado Association of Corporate Counsel, Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and Special Masters in court cases. Sherman & Howard’s lawyers devote hundreds of hours to community organizations.