Harrie F. Lewis

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Harrie F. Lewis
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600 17th Street
Suite 1800 South
Denver, Colorado 80202
T 303.454.0507
F 303.573.1956
Lorri K. Parker
T 303.454.0531
  • Colorado

Hal Lewis concentrates his practice on bankruptcy and workout matters. He represents debtors, creditors, Chapter 7 trustees, and creditors' committees in bankruptcy matters. He has been involved in most major Colorado bankruptcies since 1982. He has also handled numerous other matters in bankruptcy court.

Hal has been at the firm since 1991, when he joined the firm as one of the founding members of the firm's Denver office. He served as the office's managing partner for eight years. Before entering private practice, Hal clerked for the Hon. Patricia A. Clark at the United States Bankruptcy Court in Colorado.

Awards & Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America (2009–2017)
Experience
  • Representing the debtors in the Kaiser Steel Chapter 11 proceeding.
  • Representing the chief operating officer in the Cantrup Chapter 11 proceeding.
  • Representing the debtor in the Denver Grand Prix proceeding.
  • Representing Colorado entrepreneur Oren Benton in his personal Chapter 11 proceeding.
  • Representing the Chapter 7 trustees in the USA Capital, Webb Crane, and Adams Aircraft proceedings.
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600 17th Street
Suite 1800 South
Denver, Colorado 80202
T 303.454.0507
F 303.573.1956
Lorri K. Parker
T 303.454.0531
  • Southwestern Law School

    (J.D., cum laude, 1981)

  • University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
  • University of California at Berkeley

    (B.A., 1973)

  • Colorado

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