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Kevin is passionate about serving companies, organizations, and individuals with all of their business-related needs. Kevin’s practice focuses on business formation, corporate governance, secured transactions and commercial lending, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, and securities. He drafts operating agreements and corporate bylaws, purchase and sale agreements, loan documents, commercial contracts, and various employment agreements.

Prior to law school, Kevin worked in Division-I college football. In addition to coaching, he was the NFL Liaison and coordinated recruiting, NCAA compliance and scholarships, academics, team travel, and all aspects of internal administration.

Kevin supports Colorado restaurants, breweries, and wineries; loves the Denver Zoo and its mission of wildlife conservation; and enjoys sharing all Colorado has to offer with his wife and two children.

Publications and Articles

"Please Enjoy Your Meal . . . But Not Too Much"
Colorado Bar Association Business Law Section Newsletter, May 2018

"The Final Semester of Law School: A Rugged Terrain of Uncertainty"
The Docket, April 2018

Posts by Kevin Tibolt