As a member of the Real Estate Section, Beth represents her clients in industrial real estate transactions throughout the United States including the acquisition, development/re-development, leasing and disposition of real property. Beth has also developed a substantial practice focused on landlord representation in office, industrial and retail leasing matters including lease negotiation, resolution of lease disputes and lease enforcement. In addition, Beth represents clients involved in the leasing, acquisition and disposition of properties used in the tourism, hospitality, and leisure industries.
While Beth currently maintains a transactional practice, she has significant litigation, appellate, and dispute resolution experience which she brings to bear in her day-to-day practice. This experience has taught her that strategic representation and advance planning on the front-end of a deal can often minimize costly litigation exposure in the long run. Beth’s clients include property owners, property management companies, brokers, receivers, tenants, and operators.
Beth’s interests include volunteerism, travel, hiking, skiing, and the arts. Beth has maintained leadership roles in multiple non-profit organizations locally and nationally. Beth also regularly publishes articles and provides educational training on landlord/tenant related matters.
Publications and Articles
“Retail Leasing: The Nuances of Nuisance,”
Colorado Real Estate Journal, July 2014
“CRE Landlord: Liability for the Safety and Security of Tenants,”
Colorado Real Estate Journal, December 2013
“Due Diligence: Maximize Your Potential for Future Recovery,”
Colorado Real Estate Journal, October 2012
“What is Constructive Eviction?”
Colorado Real Estate Journal, January 2011
“Lease Assignments: Protecting Commercial Landlords,”
Colorado Real Estate Journal, August 2009
Speaking Engagements and Presentations
"CLE Hot Topics: Commercial Leasing Concerns,"
Denver, Colorado, October 13, 2016