Denver law firm Moye White announced Friday that Lucas Ritchie and Kelsey Bowers have joined as a partner and associate, respectively. Both attorneys will be members of the firm’s trial section.
Ritchie is a complex commercial litigator who represents companies and individuals in regulatory investigations. He has substantial experience in representing clients before federal, state and private regulatory authorities, including the Securities and Exchange Commission, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the Colorado Department of Law. He has prosecuted and defended claims involving securities, corporate governance, business “divorce” and other matters.
Ritchie co-chairs the Securities Subsection of the Colorado Bar Association and serves on the executive councils of both the Litigation and Business Law sections. Prior to joining Moye White, Ritchie was a shareholder at Jones & Keller in Denver.
Bowers is experienced in insurance defense where she has handled issues of workers’ compensation, employment law, Medicare and general liability. She has presented at administrative court hearings, depositions, settlement conferences and subrogation mediations. She has also drafted settlement agreements, position statements, appellate briefs, motions and client communications.
Bowers was previously an associate at Lee + Kinder, now Lee & Brown, in Denver. Prior to that, she worked as a legal extern at Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield.