Matthew A. Morr
- J.D., University of Colorado, School of Law (2004)
University of Colorado Law Review (2002-2004)
Moot Court - Best Oralist, Saul Lefkowitz Competition, Western Region, San Francisco (2004)
- Seattle University, School of Law (2001-2002)
Negotiation - 1st Place, Negotiation Competition
- 1st Place, Reasonable Doubts Competition
- 2nd Place, Administrative Law Competition
2nd Place, ABA Regional Negotiation Competition, University of Calgary (2001)
Participant, ABA National Negotiation Competition, Philadelphia (2002)
Experience and Practice Areas
Mr. Morr is a trial attorney specializing in cases involving breach of contract, lender liability, fraud, torts, trade secrets, and non-competition agreements.
Mr. Morr has experience in federal and state trial and appellate courts, arbitrations, and has negotiated multiple settlement agreements.
Mr. Morr’s litigation experience includes:
- Defended medical device manufacture in cases involving protection of trade secrets and defense of breach of warranty claims.
- Defeated borrowers´ attempts to invalidate lender´s secured interest in collateral on multiple occasions.
- Successfully defended a motion seeking to enjoin a company from moving or spending its assets pending judgment.
- Obtained injunctive relief and money judgments on behalf of clients in dispute involving trademark infringement and theft of trade secrets.
- Worked on successful appeal to the Colorado Supreme Court for a declaration that a county ordinance banning certain mining operations was preempted by state law. See Colo. Mining Ass´n v. Bd. of County Comm´rs, 199 P.3d 718 (Colo. 2009).
- Obtained judgment against seller of a business for fraudulent inducement.
Bar Admissions, and Professional Organizations, Honors
- Colorado, 2004
- United States District Court, District of Colorado, 2004
- Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2004
- United States Supreme Court, 2012
- Named Colorado Rising Star, Business Litigation, 2010 and 2012
- Member, Colorado Youth Tennis Foundation Board of Trustees, 2012 -
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