600 17th Street, Suite 600S Denver, Colorado 80202
 
 
 

Bruce A. Featherstone
Partner


Education

  • J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 1977
    Elected to Order of the Coif
    Graduated magna cum laude
    Articles Editor, Vol. 75, Michigan Law Review
  • B.A., Yale College, 1974
    Graduated cum laude with Distinction in Economics

Experience and Practice Areas

Mr. Featherstone represents corporate and individual clients before federal and state courts and in arbitrations throughout the United States. He has extensive experience in a wide variety of matters, including environmental and toxic tort claims, oil and gas, securities law and common law fraud, contracts, torts, products liability, insurance coverage, deceptive trade practices, copyright and patent infringement, and legal malpractice. Mr. Featherstone also represents clients in administrative hearings before governmental agencies, in state and federal grand jury investigations, and in congressional and military investigations. Since July 1996, Mr. Featherstone has founded and lead several law firms bearing his name. Before opening his law firm, Mr. Featherstone was affiliated with Kirkland & Ellis LLP in both Chicago and Denver, as an associate lawyer from 1977-1983 and as a partner from 1983-1996.

An extensive resume of Mr. Featherstone’s experience, including reported decisions, is available upon request.

Other

  • American Bar Association
  • Colorado and Denver Bar Associations
  • American Association for Justice
  • AV-Rated, Martindale Hubbell

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