LAW FIRM WELCOMES FOUR NEW ATTORNEYS
(Denver, Colo., January 21, 2020) – Moye White LLP is pleased to announce the addition of four new real estate attorneys, including two partners – Matt Dillman and Merc Pittinos – and two associates – Georginne Dudash and Nikki Roberts.
All four attorneys join from Burns, Figa & Will, a 30-attorney firm based in Denver that focuses on real estate, litigation, business, and natural resources law. The announcement follows the addition of three business attorneys – Larkin Reynolds, partner, Ezra Kramer, associate, and Niki Schwab, associate – who joined Moye White earlier this month.
With significant legal experience, the new team brings a wide variety of real estate knowledge to Moye White, including previous work with leasing, acquisitions and dispositions, complex litigation, and land use development.
“We are thrilled to welcome the new team to our real estate and litigation practices, as we continue to serve our growing client base,” said Eric V. Snyder and Jennifer L. Stenman, co-chairs of the firm’s Real Estate Section. “We believe the new attorneys will be significant contributors to our continued focus on real estate as a core practice area, in support of our firm’s work for clients here in Colorado and nationwide.”
Learn more about each of the firm’s newest real estate attorneys below.
Dillman, who served as head of his firm’s Real Estate Practice Group prior to joining Moye White, focuses on real estate transactions, leasing, development, and finance. He earned his undergraduate degree from Colgate University and his law degree from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver. Dillman is an active member of the Society of Industrial and Office Retailers and is a former board of director for the Denver Metro Commercial Association of Realtors.
Pittinos works with developers, landowners, landlords, brokers, and homeowners. He has helped clients resolve disputes involving real estate transactions, loans, leases, easements, covenants, and boundaries. He has written and lectured extensively about Colorado adverse possession law. In his practice, Merc has represented landlords in lease disputes; developers in breach of contract, construction, and foreclosure actions; property owners in title and boundary disputes; and oil and gas companies in title, lease, and joint operating agreement disputes. Merc has represented clients in jury trials, bench trials, and arbitration proceedings and has argued cases before the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Colorado Supreme Court, and the Colorado Court of Appeals. He received his law degree from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver and his undergraduate degree from Duke University.
In her practice, Dudash counsels businesses and individuals through various aspects of real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, development and finance. She represents clients with commercial, residential, and mixed-use development projects, including multisite and multistate transactions, including reviewing, drafting and negotiating purchase and sale contracts, leases, easements, and restrictive covenants. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Wyoming and her law degree from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver.
Roberts’ practice focuses on real estate with an emphasis on commercial leasing, acquisitions and dispositions, and finance. She handles landlord and tenant representation for commercial leases, including drafting, review, and negotiation. Roberts also represents borrowers in developing, negotiating, and drafting loan documentation. She earned her law degree from the University of South Dakota School of Law and her undergraduate degree from Drake University.