John M. Tanner helps businesses solve disputes. He employs many tools, including negotiation, alternative dispute resolution and both traditional and atypical litigation tactics. He has represented clients in all aspects of commercial litigation, including contract disputes, receiverships, intellectual property and construction matters. Jack is proud to count Microsoft, Noble Energy, Kinder Morgan, the University of Denver and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science among his clients.
Jack has been on the Colorado Bar Association Ethics Committee since 1995. He concentrates on ethical issues for in-house counsel, and is a frequent author and lecturer in that area, as well as other issues in legal ethics.
Jack has practiced with Fairfield and Woods since 1987. Prior to private practice, he served as law clerk to Justice (later Chief Justice) Luis Rovira of the Colorado Supreme Court.
Articles in the National Law Review database by John M. Tanner