Ryan Williams represents clients in real estate litigation, construction defect matters, bankruptcy litigation, employment litigation, and commercial disputes in federal and state courts. He has successfully tried numerous jury and court trials, and has extensive appellate experience, having successfully argued before the Colorado Court of Appeals and Colorado Supreme Court. Among his notable accomplishments is a published decision by the Colorado Supreme Court concerning the applicability of certain provisions of the Workers’ Compensation Act of Colorado to construction professionals. This wide-ranging experience allows Ryan to effectively represent clients at all stages of litigation. He partners with national and regional insurers to work toward the effective resolution of claims in these areas.
Ryan clerked for the Honorable JoAnn L. Vogt of the Colorado Court of Appeals, where he researched and wrote on a broad range of legal topics, including commercial and real estate disputes, insurance law, and corporate, shareholder and fiduciary responsibilities. He then moved to a prominent Denver business firm, where he specialized in construction and real estate litigation. The son of a contractor, Ryan understands the unique needs of construction professionals and the legal issues they and their insurers face.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ryan A. Williams