By Beth Potter April 19, 2013
BROOMFIELD – The Sheridan Ross PC law firm announced that it will open an office in May in the Interlocken business park in Broomfield.
The new office will have six attorneys and focus on helping existing clients in the Broomfield-Boulder region, according to a press statement from the firm. The new office will be at 390 Interlocken Crescent, Suite 890, in Broomfield.
Denver-based Sheridan Ross focuses on intellectual property law with 41 attorneys and five patent agents. It has grown from a base of 28 attorneys working in the office 18 months ago. Six of the existing attorneys in Denver will move to the new office.
“This is an important geographic corridor for us, and it is home to some of the most dynamic companies and people in Colorado,” said Bruce Kugler, Sheridan Ross’ president. “We’re excited at the opportunity to bring our expertise to the market and to be a part of that future growth as well.”
The new office will be Sheridan Ross’ third. The firm opened an office in Colorado Springs in 2011. The firm was founded in Denver in 1954.
Posted on 22 April 2013.
LAW WEEK COLORADO
Sheridan Ross, the oldest intellectual property law firm in the Rocky Mountain region, will open its third Colorado office in Broomfield in early May.
Located at 390 Interlocken Crescent, Suite 890, the office will include six attorneys and is designed to help serve the firm’s existing client base in the Broomfield-Boulder corridor.
“There are an incredible number of research-driven, high-tech companies, educational leaders and innovators in the greater Broomfield-Boulder market, including many of our existing clients,” said Sheridan Ross President Bruce Kugler. “This is an important geographic corridor for us and it is home to some of the most dynamic companies and people in Colorado.”
Headquartered in downtown Denver since its inception in 1954, Sheridan Ross added a Colorado Springs office in 2011.