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The 29th edition of The Best Lawyers in America® and the 3rd edition of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America™ have been released.


BBG is proud to have 6 lawyers recognized by Best Lawyers in America® 2023 and 2 as Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America™ 2023! Congrats to Bret Gunnell, Buck Beltzer, David Frommell, Henry Bangert, Stephen Wichern, Suzanne Wilson, Andrew Albaugh, and Ryan Markham!  


Client Advisory – Updates to Colorado Non-compete Agreements


New Law Further Restricts Employers from Imposing Non-Compete Agreements in Colorado Read More..


Henry Bangert will speak July 7, 2022 at the Society of Construction Law North America Conference


Henry will be on a panel discussing "Disruption/Loss of Productivity Claims".  Disruption and loss of productivity often go in tandem, where loss of productivity is the effect of disruption. However, loss of productivity is often difficult to prove and link to specific disruptive events. The panel will discuss causes of disruption and loss of productivity. In addition, the panel will answer questions such as: Has COVID impacted productivity of construction projects and if so, has that impact always been negative? Are productivity claims often a catch all for a contractor’s own issues performance? The methods used to calculate and value productivity loss and how to properly correlate this loss to disruptive events will also be discussed. For conference information:


Buck Beltzer to serve on the Governing Committee of the ABA Forum on Construction Law


Congratulations to Buck Beltzer for his recent election to serve on the Governing Committee of the American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law.


We celebrated our 5 Year Anniversary!


Thanks to the many clients, friends, industry partners and team that have contributed to our success!


Supreme Court COVID 19 vaccine mandate


On January 13, 2022, the Supreme Court reached important decision for the construction industry, when the Court held the Secretary of Labor lacked authority under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) to impose a broad vaccine mandate on all larger employers with over 100 employees.