There are so many kinds of law in our society that attorneys often develop specialties. And, that's good – a person with a specific legal problem wants lawyers who know what they are doing. Life, however, is unpredictable, and when people get into disputes they can't resolve on their own, those disputes may touch on many different kinds of law. An attorney must be flexible enough to adapt to the unexpected. Here is an example of a case that required both expertise and flexibility. Read more...
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Asher M.B. Ritmiller, Esq. is an associate at Inman, Flynn, Biesterfeld & Brentlinger, P.C. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder and Boston University School of Law. While in law school, he completed the Boston University Civil Litigation Clinic representing low income clients in need of legal services. After law school, he returned home to Colorado where he has represented clients in a wide variety of civil and commercial litigation cases.
Both through delicate negotiations and courtroom trials, he has obtained successful results for his clients. In his free time, he writes fiction and tries to teach himself the ukulele.
Civil and Commercial Litigation
Real Property Litigation
Landlord Tenant Litigation
Federal District Court for the District of Colorado
Boston University School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2005
Civil Litigation Clinic: Certified Student Attorney
Stone Moot Court Competition
Legal Follies: Writer and Cast Member
University of Colorado at Boulder
Bachelor of Arts, History, 2000
Hernandez v. Downing (In re Hernandez), 154 P.3d 1068 (Colo. 2007)