Thomas Witt

Warning: Sending an e-mail to us will not make you a client of our firm, will not establish an attorney-client relationship between us, and does not obligate us to respond to you.

You may only become a client of our firm if we first agree to represent you, and you have signed an engagement agreement, and paid any requested retainer. Before we agree to represent any client, we first check for potential conflicts of interest. If you are interested in becoming our client, we invite you to call us and schedule an appointment.

If you are not our client, anything you e-mail to us will not be privileged or confidential, and we are under no obligation to treat your communications as confidential. It is possible that we already represent someone who is adverse to you, and we remain free to represent someone who is adverse to you in the future, even if you ignore this warning and submit information to us which could be significantly harmful to your legal interests.

By proceeding to e-mail us, you acknowledge that you have read and understood this warning and agree to its terms.

Tom manages a nationwide practice that focuses on high-value real estate matters. He handles commercial lease agreements for both tenants and landlords; coordinates and manages real estate transactions on behalf of both purchasers and sellers; and drafts and negotiates agreements and contracts for real estate deals.

Before joining Moye White, Tom worked as a real estate and oil and gas attorney at two local Denver law firms. Prior to attending law school, he spent a decade as an archaeologist and historian working on grant funded and Section 106 projects across the United States. 

Tom is an active member of the Colorado Bar Association, the Lawyers’ Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation and Colorado Preservation, Inc. Tom spends his free time enjoying all of Colorado’s outdoor activities, especially hiking in the mountains with his son, and continues to pursue his love for history and archaeology as an avocational archaeologist.

Publications and Articles

"NIMBY to NOPE - or YESS?"
38 CARDOZO L. REV., 2017

“In Support of Colorado House Bill 16-1392 – A Bill for an Act Concerning the
Administration of Water Banks”
University of Denver Water Law Review, 2017