WilmerHale announced today that corporate attorney Keith Trammell has joined the firm as a partner, establishing a corporate practice in the firm’s Denver office. Trammell counsels public companies, private equity funds and privately held companies on capital markets and merger and acquisition transactions.
“We are excited to make a strong introduction of our Corporate Practice in Colorado, and to strengthen our offerings to clients on a national basis through Keith’s corporate expertise in a variety of industries…” said Susan Murley, WilmerHale’s co-managing partner in a press release.
“Keith is a tremendous addition to our rapidly growing office in Denver, and his leadership on corporate issues complements our office’s deep expertise in the areas of intellectual property litigation; energy, environment and natural resources; and litigation and government investigations,” said Natalie Hanlon Leh, co-partner-in-charge of the firm’s Denver office.
Prior to joining WilmerHale, Trammell was an equity partner in Hogan Lovells’ Denver office where he led its consumer products and food and beverage practice. He began his career as an associate in the Denver office of Holme Roberts & Owen, now Bryan Cave.
“I am thrilled to rejoin several of my former colleagues, including Andy Spielman and Tom Strickland, to help grow WilmerHale’s Corporate Practice in Denver,” Trammell said.
Trammell earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder and his law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. He serves on the board of directors at STRIVE Preparatory Charter Schools and has served in a variety of capacities supporting Denver nonprofit organizations, including the Denver Zoo, Denver Active 20/30 Children’s Foundation, and the International and National Voluntary Service Training Program at the University of Colorado.