Clayton W. Barnett
Mr. Barnett’s practice primarily consists of litigating construction, property, and commercial disputes. He also represents a wide variety of restaurants, bars and breweries for general corporate matters, real estate transactions and liquor licensing.
His litigation experience ranges from defending construction professionals in defect and injury cases, prosecuting mechanic’s liens and litigating commercial disputes on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants. He has tried numerous jury and bench trials throughout Colorado.
Mr. Barnett’s mechanic’s lien practice encompasses the full range of collection including drafting and filing of the mechanic’s liens and taking the claims through trial. Mr. Barnett understands the power of the mechanic’s lien and represents owners, contractors and subcontractors to best protect their rights.
Outside of his litigation practice, Mr. Barnett focuses on corporate matters in the food and beverage industry, primarily related to liquor licensing. He regularly represents restaurants, breweries and bars in public hearings related to the issuance of tavern, hotel & restaurant, beer & wine and brew pub licenses as well as petitions for major modifications to these licenses.
University of Denver Sturm College of Law, J.D., 2004
Georgetown University, B.A., Psychology, 2000
Colorado Bar Association, Real Estate Division
Denver Bar Association
Denver Petroleum Club
Associate, John R. Rodman & Associates, 2005-2006
Of Counsel, Ogborn Summerlin & Ogborn, Law Clerk, 2004-2005
Law Clerk, Ogborn Summerlin & Ogborn, Of Counsel, 2003-2004
Admitted to Practice: Colorado, 2005, Federal Court, 2005
Practice Groups: Litigation, Natural Resources
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