Two attorneys were elevated to shareholder positions in the Denver office of Greenberg Traurig, and one attorney was named of counsel.
The new shareholders are Cuneyt Akay and Gregory Tan, and Jeffrey Lippa is now of counsel.
Akay is a member of Greenberg Traurig’s white collar defense and special investigations practice and focuses on international compliance matters including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act. As part of the firm’s litigation practice, Akay represents clients in complex civil litigation, class actions and in appellate proceedings in both state and federal courts throughout the country. He also represents clients in governmental matters including challenges to voter-approved constitutional amendments, election law issues, ballot initiatives, campaign finance and administrative proceedings.
Tan is a member of the firm’s environmental Practice and focuses on litigation and counseling for clients in the natural gas, petroleum, renewable energy, mining, development, home building and telecommunications industries. Tan represents clients in environmental enforcement actions brought by federal, state and tribal agencies.
Lippa is a trial attorney focusing his practice on complex commercial litigation and appeals serving in Greenberg Traurig’s litigation practice. He has experience in litigation relating to contracts, business torts, banking and financial services regulations, employment law, trade secrets, real estate and construction disputes, oil and gas litigation and consumer protection act claims.