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Hall Estill Opens Sixth Office - Expands to Denver Market

Hall Estill, Oklahoma’s leading law firm with offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Nashville and Northwest Arkansas, has opened its sixth office in Denver. The Denver office is composed of long-time energy industry attorneys James J. Bender and Kip Hunter, Real Estate attorney Jeffrey C. Friedman and food and agri-finance attorney Andrew J. Romanow.  Joining the team is associate Diane L. Hernandez.

Denver is a great, vibrant city, and its local economy reflects that with the strong presence of oil and gas, technology and environmental industries,” said Hall Estill Managing Partner Michael D. Cooke. “The addition of these well-known and highly respected attorneys will allow us to better serve our existing clients, as well as grow Hall Estill’s presence in the Rocky Mountain region.” 

Hall Estill represents clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to nonprofit organizations and emerging businesses in a variety of practice areas. The immediate focuses of the Denver practice include oil and gas, Intellectual Property, agri-finance, Real Estate and environmental law.

“The opening of this new office in Denver is evidence that this highly reputable law firm has confidence in the vitality of the Colorado economy and is a statement of optimism and excitement,” said Hunter. “Joining with a storied firm like Hall Estill allows us to take advantage of their expansive resources and offer a well-balanced general practice that is positioned to bring a broad spectrum of services to the Colorado market.”

Hall Estill is particularly proud to bring a physical presence to Denver in the same year that it celebrates the firm’s 50th year anniversary.