01/31/2017

Maureen Witt Appointed Commercial Litigation Practice Leader for Holland & Hart

Denver Tech Center partner Maureen Witt has been appointed Practice Group Leader (PGL) for the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice, effective Jan. 31, 2017. She replaces Denver partner Craig Stewart, who served as PGL for the Commercial Litigation practice since the group was first formed in 2010.

Maureen has 35+ years’ experience in cutting-edge, high-stakes, complex litigation locally and nationally. She has first-chaired significant cases of first impression and precedent-setting trials and appeals. With experience that spans a wide variety of practice areas, Maureen’s primary areas of focus are product liability, commercial litigation, and labor and employment. She also teaches annually at the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, lectures frequently on trial advocacy, and serves on several boards and committees.

As PGL, Maureen will provide critical management decisions and leadership expertise to ensure the practice mission and goals are accomplished and clients are served at the highest level. With litigators and trial lawyers across eight states and in Washington, D.C., the Commercial Litigation group has an outstanding track record in every forum that handles business disputes — federal, state, trial, appellate, arbitration, and mediation.

The firm extends great appreciation to Craig Stewart for his thoughtful advocacy for the people and practices in the commercial litigation group for over seven years. Craig’s involvement has been integral to defining the PGL role not only for the commercial litigation group, but across the firm.

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