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Justin Nyberg

Associate

600 East Main Street, Suite 104, Aspen, CO 81611

Justin assists corporate clients with matters relating to finance, real estate, and acquisition transactions.

Justin focuses on a broad range of residential, resort, and commercial real estate transactions and development activities relevant to the mountain communities of Colorado's western slope. He is also a member of our Recreational and Outdoor Equipment industry group.

Prior to joining Holland & Hart's Aspen office, Justin was an Associate with a large, regional law firm based in Denver. Before pursuing his legal career, Justin was a writer and editor for Outside Magazine.

Experience

  • Asset restructuring of privately-held real estate investment firm with $1.1B under management;
  • Equity and asset acquisitions by international real estate brokerage company;
  • Sale of casino and horse track property;
  • Sale of $50M gas gathering and water disposal system;
  • Corporate governance, public company, and securities matters

Publications

Education

Bar Admissions

Recognition

  • ALI/CLE Award for Scholarship and Leadership, 2014
  • LexisNexis Award for Highest Academic Achievement, 2014
  • Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Scholarship, 2013-2014
  • John P. Salazar Award (highest 2L GPA), 2013
  • Judge Oliver Seth Endowed Scholarship, 2013

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Editor-in-Chief, Natural Resources Journal, 2013-2014

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • Colorado Bar Association, Member
  • Pitkin County Bar Association, Member
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