Trial-tested litigator with almost four decades of experience in jurisdictions across the U.S. Formerly served as Boulder County’s elected district attorney. Provides a solutions-based approach, from arbitration to litigation.
Drawing on decades of work on some of the most high-profile cases in Colorado and beyond, Stan provides a steady hand when clients face high-stakes litigation. He focuses on complex litigation at the state and federal level, including False Claims Act (FCA) issues. He has appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court, federal and state appellate courts and in state and federal trial courts across the country.
Stan served as district attorney for Colorado’s 20th Judicial District for nearly ten years before rejoining the firm. During his tenure, he prosecuted economic crimes, crimes in the immigrant and homeless communities and homicide cold cases. He was elected president of the Colorado District Attorneys Council in 2017 and served on the National District Attorneys Association Board of Directors.
While in private practice, Stan received a number of awards from the legal community. His previous trial experience includes representing former Congressman Mark Udall (D-CO) in Colorado's nationally watched Congressional redistricting case, Salazar v. Davidson, and John Elway in Nelson v. Elway, a frequently cited commercial case that resulted in a Colorado Supreme Court decision in 1995 in favor of Elway.