Craig D. Joyce is the chair of the firm’s Litigation Department and devotes his practice to civil litigation in state and federal courts and administrative agencies. He handles litigation matters at all levels of trial courts, arbitration forums and appeals courts.
Many of Craig's cases involve real estate litigation, including condemnation and foreclosure. He also represents a wide variety of litigants in many other areas, including partnership dissolution, automobile dealership law, trade secrets, government procurement bid protests, title insurance, class actions and probate litigation. Craig has successfully represented several whistleblowers in federal False Claims Act cases. In addition, Craig represents a wide array of telecommunications and wireless industry participants and follows transportation and energy-related dockets before the Colorado Public Utilities Commission.
Craig has taught seminars in the fields of civil procedure, litigation techniques and ethics. He has been on the faculty of the Western Regional Program of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA), a lecturer in basic practice skills at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and lectured on the Colorado-specific portion of jurisdiction and civil procedure for the Colorado Bar Refresher.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Craig D. Joyce