Ryley Carlock & Applewhite Elects Six New Shareholders

by Doug Chartier

LAW WEEK COLORADO

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite announced today that six attorneys in its Denver and Phoenix offices have been elected shareholders.

Mark Boscoe and Sheela Stack are the firm’s two new Denver-based shareholders. Boscoe, a member of the firm’s corporate practice group, helps clients in his real estate practice with real estate acquisition, development and finance, tax increment finance, entity formation and general transactional and corporate representation. In his tax and estate planning practice, Boscoe assists individual clients and families with estate and charitable planning matters including preparation of wills and trusts, gift planning and family business matters.

Stack is a member of the firm’s water, energy, resources and environmental law practice group. Stack focuses her practice on water rights adjudications, water planning, water quality permitting and environmental compliance. She represents municipalities, special districts, mining companies, developers, trade associations and a variety of other businesses regulated by the government.

The firm’s new Phoenix-based shareholders are Molly Booker, Charitie Hartsig, Andrea Landeen and Lisa Wahlin.