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Casey Frank Attorney - Denver, CO -


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Registred for 28 years

Legal issues

  • Construction
  • Disabilities
  • Contracts
  • Family Law
  • Health Care
  • Litigation
  • Mediation
  • Real Estate
  • Medical Law
  • Adoption Law
  • Appellate/Appeals
  • Construction Law
  • Divorce
  • Employment Law

Practise Areas

  • Construction
  • Disabilities
  • Contracts
  • Family Law
  • Health Care
  • Litigation
  • Mediation
  • Real Estate
  • Medical Law
  • Adoption Law
  • Appellate/Appeals
  • Construction Law
  • Divorce
  • Employment Law
Law Firm Position

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Admission Info

Admitted in 1993, U.S. District Court, District of Colorado
1991, Massachusetts
1992, Colorado

Start at the Faculty of Law
Northeastern University

Class of 1991
J.D.

University Attended

State University of New York at Buffalo
Class of 1988
B.A.

Bar Fellowship
program), and a Faculty Associate at the Center for Bioethics and Humanities on the University of Colorado Denver Health Sciences Center.

When no longer working, Casey likes trekking, urban bicycling, and adores playing with small children.

Author: Living Willsin P. Kapleau, "The Zen of Living and Dying,"Shambhala Publications (1998); "Reconciling Patient Choice With Physician Conscience,"The Colorado Lawyer (Nov. 1997); "First Year Key Contracts,"West Publishing (1997); Living Organs and Dying Bodies,"Tricycle: The Buddhist Review (Fall, 1997); "The ADA Imposes Burden for Lenders at Foreclosures,"The Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Oct., 1995); "The ADA & Privately Owned Historic Facilities,"The Colorado Lawyer (Dec., 1994); "Protecting Marital Obligations From Bankruptcy,"The Colorado Lawyer (Jan., 1994); "Discovery Made Easier by Computers,"The Colorado Lawyer (Nov., 1993); "Lender Liabilities,"New England Waste Resources (Oct., 1990). Member, Medical Ethics Committee, University Hospital, Denver, Colorado. Member: Denver Bar Association Fellow: application), and a Faculty Associate on the Center for Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Colorado Denver Health Sciences Center.

When not working, Casey likes trekking, urban bicycling, and adores playing with small youngsters.

Author: Living Willsin P. Kapleau, "The Zen of Living and Dying,"Shambhala Publications (1998); "Reconciling Patient Choice With Physician Conscience,"The Colorado Lawyer (Nov. 1997); "First Year Key Contracts,"West Publishing (1997); Living Organs and Dying Bodies,"Tricycle: The Buddhist Review (Fall, 1997); "The ADA Imposes Burden for Lenders at Foreclosures,"The Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Oct., 1995); "The ADA & Privately Owned Historic Facilities,"The Colorado Lawyer (Dec., 1994); "Protecting Marital Obligations From Bankruptcy,"The Colorado Lawyer (Jan., 1994); "Discovery Made Easier by using Computers,"The Colorado Lawyer (Nov., 1993); "Lender Liabilities,"New England Waste Resources (Oct., 1990). Member, Medical Ethics Committee, University Hospital, Denver, Colorado. Member: Denver Bar Association; Family Law Section; Health Law Section Fellow: software), and a Faculty Associate at the Center for Bioethics and Humanities on the University of Colorado Denver Health Sciences Center.

When no longer running, Casey likes hiking, city bicycling, and adores playing with small kids.

Author: Living Willsin P. Kapleau, "The Zen of Living and Dying,"Shambhala Publications (1998); "Reconciling Patient Choice With Physician Conscience,"The Colorado Lawyer (Nov. 1997); "First Year Key Contracts,"West Publishing (1997); Living Organs and Dying Bodies,"Tricycle: The Buddhist Review (Fall, 1997); "The ADA Imposes Burden for Lenders at Foreclosures,"The Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Oct., 1995); "The ADA & Privately Owned Historic Facilities,"The Colorado Lawyer (Dec., 1994); "Protecting Marital Obligations From Bankruptcy,"The Colorado Lawyer (Jan., 1994); "Discovery Made Easier by way of Computers,"The Colorado Lawyer (Nov., 1993); "Lender Liabilities,"New England Waste Resources (Oct., 1990). Member, Medical Ethics Committee, University Hospital, Denver, Colorado. Member: Colorado and Massachusetts Bar Associations.