LAW WEEK COLORADO
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck announced today that the firm has named a five new shareholders, two of counsel and two senior policy advisors and counsel in the firm’s Denver, Las Vegas and Los Angeles offices.
Blair Lichtenfels, who works in the firm’s Denver office, has been named a shareholder in the firm’s real estate department. Lichtenfels advises prominent metro developers in connection with urban infill redevelopment and new development projects. Her practice encompasses entitlement analysis, securing required land use approvals, acquisitions, providing community outreach advice and advising on public-private partnerships and negotiations. Lichtenfels’ experience includes drafting and negotiating Public Improvement Fee (PIF) Covenants, implementing small planned community regimes and complex public financing for various development projects.
In addition Brownstein named Rebecca Miltenberger, from the firm’s Las Vegas office, Matthew Nyberg and Sarah Stettner from the firm’s Denver office, and Jonathan Sandler from the Los Angeles office as shareholders. Michael Hoke and Julie Sullivan, from the firm’s Denver office, have been named of counsel; and Melissa Kuipers, from the firm’s Denver office, and Alisa Nave-Worth from the firm’s Las Vegas office as Senior Policy Advisor and Counsel.