Jessica Pingleton is a corporate attorney practicing in the firm’s Mergers & Acquisitions, Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Development, Business, Real Estate, and Intellectual Property practice groups. Jessica works with clients, big and small, to help them with entity formation, private financing, strategic planning, due diligence, merger and acquisitions, licensing, corporate governance, regulatory compliance, trademarks and office action responses. Jessica complements her corporate practice with a real estate practice, including commercial real estate purchase and sale transactions, title review, due diligence, and commercial leasing.
While at student at the University of Colorado Law School, Jessica was a Casenote & Comment Editor on the Colorado Law Review, as well as the author of a student note that was selected for publishing. In addition to clerking at BHGR during her third year of law school, Jessica was also a student attorney in the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic where she provided legal assistance to startup companies regarding entity formation and organization, trademarks, financing, and regulatory compliance.
Jessica lives outside of Boulder with her husband, two dogs, and cat. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cooking, hiking, binge reading novels, and cheering on the Oregon Ducks.
Finding Safe Harbor: Eliminating the Gap in Colorado’s Human Trafficking Laws, 87 U. Colo. L. Rev. 257 (2015).