Mark D. Changaris
Whether a client’s needs are transactional or litigation oriented, Mark Changaris has the skills and experience to provide solution-driven and cost-effective representation. He has represented institutional and individual clients in a broad array of complex business matters, including entity formation, tax planning, mergers and acquisitions, asset sales, stock issuances, protection of intellectual property, software licenses, copyright licenses, professional services agreements, and credit facilities.
Mr. Changaris’ practice also includes a strong emphasis on litigation, having represented companies and individuals in mediation, arbitration, and civil litigation in both state and federal court. He has personally worked on a variety of civil actions, including cases involving partnership dissolutions, breach of fiduciary duties, civil theft, breach of contract, tortious interference with contractual relations, landlord/tenant, defamation, and civil conspiracy.
In addition, Mr. Changaris has experience and expertise in construction law, having represented general contractors and subcontractors in connection with various commercial and residential building projects, with a particular emphasis on actions involving the Construction Defect Action Reform Act (CDARA). With experience ranging from contract drafting to mechanics’ lien foreclosures to mechanics’ lien trust fund claims, Mr. Changaris has broad experience in the field of construction law.
- J.D., University of Colorado School of Law, June 2008
Order of the Coif
Austin Scott Jr. Scholarship (awarded for academic excellence)
- B.S. in Cellular and Molecular Biology, summa cum laude, Fort Lewis College, May 2005
National Collegiate Natural Sciences Award
Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society
- State of Colorado, 2008
- United States District Court for the District of Colorado, 2008
- United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, 2008
- American, Colorado, and Boulder County Bar Associations