Aaron Boschee counsels commercial clients in litigation, arbitration and debt restructuring, with a particular focus on debtor-creditor disputes, shareholder and director disputes, asset recovery and loss mitigation, real estate-based litigation, creditor-lien priority and fraud. Aaron applies extensive trial and negotiation experience to achieve success on behalf of a wide range of commercial clients.
An experienced litigator, Aaron represents clients in a wide range of commercial disputes from prelitigation negotiations through trial and appeals. He also successfully represents debtors and creditors in adversary proceedings and contested matters in connection with Chapter 11 proceedings and has served as a consultant to investment funds and various media outlets regarding municipal debt restructuring.
Aaron also serves as the Colorado Lawyers Committee Task Force chair and lead class counsel for the Taylor Ranch Litigation, a historic land-rights case, through which he coordinates the pro bono efforts of dozens of lawyers at numerous law firms throughout the region. Through those combined efforts, over 8,000 parcels of land have been adjudicated to have rights originally established as part of a Mexican Land Grant of the mid-1800s.
Aaron worked full-time throughout law school, served as senior staff editor of the Denver University Law Review, achieved the highest grade in Bankruptcy Law and served as a judicial intern for The Honorable William D. Robbins in the Denver District Court.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Aaron A. Boschee