Over the course of any given transaction, there is always the unfortunate possibility that a disagreement will arise. G. Redmond Michaels, P.C. understands that dealing with civil disputes can be a very trying and uncertain time. When dealing with such issues, we are dedicated to working closely with our clients to achieve positive outcomes.

While disputes can often be resolved relatively quickly, sometimes legal action must be taken in order to reach a final resolution. As a small general practice law firm serving Boulder, Colorado, and the Denver metro and Front Range areas, G. Redmond Michaels, P.C. has extensive experience litigating civil cases in county court, district court, and federal court, as well as resolving matters through mediation or arbitration. While civil litigation can be a time consuming and cost intensive process, G. Redmond Michaels, P.C. always strives to resolve your issues as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.

Practice Areas
  • Business Law Litigation: corporate governance disagreements; partnership or shareholder disputes; business and corporate dissolution; director and/or executive breach of duty
  • Contract and Other Civil Litigation: breach of contract; contract enforcement; payment enforcement; contractual interpretation; purchase and sales disputes; disagreements between businesses; tortuous interference with contractual or business relations; bad faith and unfair dealing; deceptive trade practices; fraud; fraudulent conveyance; negligent misrepresentation
  • Employment Litigation: breach of employment contracts; employee wrongful discharge claims; retaliation and harassment claims; severance agreements
  • Intellectual Property and Propriety Information Protection: web domain name enforcement; trademark disputes; trade secret disputes; breach of confidentiality agreements; noncompete and nonsolicitation agreement enforcement; for more information, see our Intellectual Property page
  • Commercial and Residential Real Estate Litigation: landlord and tenant disputes; roommate disputes; rent and contribution; lease interpretation and lease enforcement; real estate purchase and sales disputes; quiet title actions; easements
  • Commercial and Residential Construction Litigation: mechanic’s liens and mechanic’s lien trust fund statute disputes; bond claims; Construction Defect Action Reform Act (“CDARA”) claims and construction and design defect; warranty enforcement