Spencer Fane announced today the firm added partner Troy Rackham to the litigation practice and associate Nicole Finco to the special districts practice in the firm’s Denver office.
Rackham joined the firm from Fennemore Craig. His practice focuses on litigation in the health care industry. He defends hospitals, long-term care facilities, nursing homes and other health care providers in medical malpractice, disciplinary actions and a wide variety of litigation matters. He frequently teaches classes for medical professionals on legal issues including the benefits and risks of using technology such as electronic medical records and social media.
“With the health care industry being as litigious as it has ever been, it is important to equip medical professionals with the knowledge to help them avoid legal action,” Rackham said. “My focus on client service aligns with the Spencer Fane culture, reaffirming my decision that it’s the right place for me.”
Rackham also advises attorneys on ethics, malpractice and professional liability. He is a published author on Colorado legal malpractice litigation, and has been involved in multiple appellate cases defending attorneys and health care providers. Rackham currently authors a yearly treatise on the on Colorado Legal Malpractice litigation. He graduated from William and Mary Law School.
“Troy is highly respected by his peers in the legal community and will be a great addition to our firm,” said Ron Fano, Spencer Fane Managing Partner in the Denver office. “His talent, knowledge and experience in the health care industry will be incredibly valuable to our clients’ needs as the industry continues to grow and change.”
Finco has experience in representing clients in real estate and commercial leasing transactions. She also has assisted clients in corporate transactional and corporate governance matters as well as commercial litigation. She also previously served as a law clerk to Judge Devin Odell of the 8th Judicial District of Colorado.
While attending the University of Wisconsin Law School, Nicole externed at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and served as a judicial intern for Justice David Prosser at the Wisconsin Supreme Court.