Dominick Sekich

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Dominick provides strategic counsel to clients in complex real estate, corporate, information technology, and regulatory matters. As part of his real estate practice, Dominick focuses on industrial real estate developers and industrial users, including breweries and distilleries. He also represents clients in a variety of other real estate matters including conveyancing, leasing, and land use matters.

Dominick’s practice areas also concentrate on agriculture, ag tech, industrial real estate development, “green” building principles, energy conservation, and environmentally sustainable development. He is a LEED Accredited Professional. Dominick advises companies concerning business planning and formation, contracts, strategic negotiations, and vendor relationships, as well as intellectual property licensing and use agreements.

He has represented clients in a wide variety of commercial contracting matters. Dominick’s experience includes negotiating complex information technology service agreements, licenses, trade arrangements, and technology-related contracts.

Dominick offers strategic guidance to clients relative to business policy development, organizational review, and procedural analysis. He seeks to promote best corporate practices and healthy relationships that positively impact his clients’ business initiatives.

Publications and Articles

How the Construction Industry Can Take Advantage of Opportunity Zones
Construction Executive, March 10, 2019

How Becoming a Certified B Corporation Changed Our Business
ColoradoBiz Magazine, September 23, 2018

Questions Remain for Opportunity Zone Investments
Colorado Real Estate Journal, Multifamily Properties Quarterly, August 14, 2018

Startup Culture, Denver's Top Lawyers 2018
5280 Magazine, January 2018

Colorado a Hothouse for Growing Natural Goods Market
Denver Business Journal, September 6, 2013

New State Laws to Affect Industrial Real Estate
Colorado Real Estate Journal, June 19, 2013

Speaking Engagements and Presentations

A Legal Perspective on the Real Estate Industry: A Conversation on the Impacts of COVID-19
Moye White Webinar, June 2020

Panel Member
Growth & Transition: Financing Preparation and Options
Colorado Brewers Guild, October 2018

“CRE Trendwatch 2019”
Stok, November 2018