Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie announced Wednesday it has established a presence on the Catalyst Campus for Technology and Innovation. It is the first law firm to offer legal services on-site at the campus, beginning Wednesday.
Catalyst Campus works to promote technology in southern Colorado and create a centralized ecosystem to promote industry, education, and venture capital for tech-heavy industries such as aerospace, defense and homeland security, electronics, technology and information and advanced manufacturing.
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie attorneys, including visiting attorneys from the firm’s offices in other western cities, will be available for meeting with Catalyst members to assist with legal needs including government contracts, corporate law, intellectual property, business transactions and commercial litigation.
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie regularly advises clients in areas including government contracts, business formation, corporate governance, regulatory law, finance and securities, taxes, employment, real estate and the protection and licensing of intellectual property.
As a legal support services provider for Catalyst Campus members, the firm’s will work with new and existing Campus-based clients, and expand educational programs for local businesses as well, said Kunstle.
The law firm is the second entity to partner with Catalyst Campus.
“We welcome Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie as the first legal services provider in our ecosystem. As one of the region’s largest and premier law firms, our members and partners will certainly see a significant benefit to having this presence on our campus,” said Kevin O’Neil, founder of Catalyst Campus.