Vikrama S.

Vikrama S.  Chandrashekar

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Vika is a member of the Trial Section and handles a wide variety of civil and commercial litigation matters across a wide range of industries, with an increasing focus on bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, and restructuring. Vika has significant experience in property, real estate, landlord/tenant, and cannabis-related disputes, complex business disputes, construction matters, and with municipal/governmental issues. On the bankruptcy side, Vika has successfully litigated adversary proceedings and counseled clients through complex bankruptcy issues under both Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. He enjoys the intricacies of trial work and relishes the opportunity to appear in the courtroom. 

Before joining Moye White, Vika worked at a local firm where he represented cities, municipalities, school districts, and other public entities involving civil rights and tort claims. In this role, Vika defended government entities and employees against a variety of claims in federal and state court. He worked to identify and execute strategies that benefit his clients at all phases from pre-litigation through case resolution by dispositive motion, trial, settlement, or appeal.

Additionally, Vika gained experience working for the Denver City Attorney’s Office and the 20th Judicial District Attorney’s Office. In his spare time, Vika enjoys tennis, basketball, hiking, literature, film, trivia, coaching mock trial, and spending time with his three dogs. He speaks Spanish and intermediate Tamil.

Publications and Articles

Federal government enacting new tipping rule for restaurants​
Denver Business Journal, November 2021

Evictions in the Time of COVID-19
Colorado Real Estate Journal, April 2020

Practical Considerations Surrounding the Applicability of Force Majeure Clauses in the Midst of COVID-19
Marijuana Venture, August 2019

The Evolving Legal Landscape of Employee Cannabis Use
Moye White Blog, March 2020

Getting Even Less Than What They Paid For: The Plight of Generic Drug Consumers Under the Levine-Mensing Dichotomy
86 U. Colo. L. Rev. 259 (2014)

Speaking Engagements and Presentations

Guest Speaker
Episode 24 - South Asian Bar Association and EDI Education
Colorado Bar Association - Young Lawyer Division's "Gettin Legal With It" Podcast, September 2021

“Decision Making During Adversity: Pathways to Pivot”
Colorado Brewers Guild Webinar, March 2020