Brent Owen

Brent Owen

Brent Owen represents energy, mining, construction, consumer services, and political clients in high-stakes litigation at trial and on appeal. Brent’s college experience as a full-scholarship Division I offensive lineman allows him to appreciate the value of consistent hard work in achieving a favorable result.

His experience includes all aspects of litigation, including trials in both state and federal courts before judges and juries and in arbitration tribunals, including the International Chamber of Commerce and the American Arbitration Association. A former law clerk to the Colorado Supreme Court, Brent brings unique and creative approaches to resolve litigation in a client’s favor as early as possible. If that fails, Brent is well-situated to go to trial on the merits and will protect a client’s interests through the appellate process. Indeed, Brent has obtained favorable, multimillion dollar judgments following trial and, on multiple occasions, obtained interlocutory appellate relief.

During law school, Brent externed for the Honorable Kristen L. Mix and the Honorable Christine Arguello at the US District Court in the District of Colorado. Following law school, Brent served as a law clerk to the Honorable Nancy E. Rice of the Colorado Supreme Court.

 




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Troubling Trend, Another Court Declines to Enforce Arbitration Clause (09/21/20)
The United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida in Johnson v. Westlake Portfolio Mgmt. declined to enforce an arbitration clause in a consumer dispute over the repossession of a Jeep Wrangler, in spite of federal policy favoring arbitration.