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Welcome to Moye White llp

We provide exceptional legal representation in diverse Business, Real Estate, and Trial matters. Our attorneys offer strategic, team-oriented counsel to public, private, and governmental clients in complex transactions.

Moye White celebrates 30 great years

Moye White is proud to celebrate its 30th year serving Colorado, the nation, and the world. To commemorate, we've issued a limited edition origami-style homage to popular culture-from the 1970s to present. If you have received an announcement, and would like help with the puzzle, please click here If you would like to receive an announcement, please email us.

Thanks to everyone for
30 great years!

The company that learned that two heads are better than one.

There once was a successful business. Everyone saw potential to take it to the next level, but it never seemed to get there. Of course, the company knew its business better than we ever would. However, as strategic consultants, the attorneys at Moye White got inside the heads of key executives to articulate and implement tangible goals and direction. In time, the executives better understood their roles, delegated day-to-day tasks, and enacted the vision. And the business excelled. the end.
May 22, 2007

In the news

Federal Rules of Civil Procedures announced

In the January 19 edition of the Denver Business Journal, attorney Burke Riggs considers the implications of the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedures in his article, "Achieving litigation prepar-edness in the electronic age."
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Robert Roper discusses Amendment 41

In the January 6 edition of The Rocky Mountain News, Robert Roper discusses the implications of Amendment 41, which limits government, public officials, and their families from accepting gifts valued at more than $500. Robert delves into the vagueness of the amend- ment and its problems.
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Eric Liebman, Burke Riggs featured in Colorado Lawyer

In the January 2007 issue of The Colorado Lawyer, Eric Liebman and Burke Riggs discuss the Intertwining Doctrine, which states that when arbitration issues are intertwined with non-arbi--tratable claims in litigation, a court will not compel arbitration of the matter.
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