A major goal of my practice is to work with the client to efficiently address legal issues.
Some clients are best served by a two page contract and others require a comprehensive, exhaustive agreement. Some clients require a "bet the business" litigation approach and others are better served with a conservative, carefully focused and limited litigation strategy. Only by working closely with the client and identifying the client's needs can the lawyer and the client decide how to best address a legal issue or dispute.
My background in business transactions and litigation gives me broad experience with which to advise clients. Business clients benefit from working with an attorney that regularly addresses business agreements in court. Litigation clients benefit from working with an attorney that understands business operations and transactions.
24 South Weber, Suite 300
Colorado Springs CO 80903
Contract drafting and review, establishing new business entities (including corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies), commercial collections, contract disputes, commercial loan document review, business purchases, partner and shareholder disputes, buy-sell agreements, employment agreements and non-compete agreements. Mr. Conley has over 27 years experience in business matters including both litigation and transaction matters. Litigation experience and insight helps identify options in structuring transactions and drafting agreements to avoid disputes. The firm has helped numerous clients buy and sell businesses including restaurants, landscape firms, medical practices, veterinary clinics, engineering firms, retail shops and others. Mr. Conley has handled transactions involving multi-million dollar construction loans and asset purchases. The firm regularly meets with new clients to select an appropriate business entity and then works with these clients over the long term as they need more specialized legal services.
-General Civil Litigation
-University of Texas at Austin, J.D.
El Paso County (Treasurer, 1990-1992), Colorado (Member, Board of Governors, 1992-1993) and American Bar Associations; Palmer Foundation Land Trust (President, 1995-1998); Pikes Peak Rotary Club (President, 1997-1998; Director, 2003-2004); The Teller Historic and Environmental Coalition (Chair, 2001-2005; Director, 2003-2009)
Phi Beta Kappa. Member, Mortar Board. Director, Legal Research Board, 1982. Member, Ben Wendelken Inn of Court, 1995
University of Texas at Austin