Shareholders Vote to Close Isaacson Rosenbaum P.C.
Isaacson Rosenbaum P.C., a leading Denver law firm established in 1961, today announced its decision to close the firm following a vote of its shareholders. The firm has served clients in the practice areas of real estate and conservation; business and corporate; estate and tax; civil litigation and employment; criminal defense; public law and policy; and intellectual property.
According to Lawrence J. Donovan, Jr., chief executive officer of the firm, Isaacson Rosenbaum will conclude its client services June 30, 2011 and retain a small staff of administrative professionals to ensure a smooth transition and effective close of business operations.
"We will continue our focus on servicing and managing client business as we prepare to wind down the firm. Our attorneys will ensure that all client work and the transition of matters and records will be managed successfully," he said.
According to Donovan, Isaacson Rosenbaum attorneys will continue to provide service to their respective clients in their new locations.
“Over the decades, Isaacson Rosenbaum has built a solid reputation in this market based on the strength of its attorney talent and abilities of those lawyers to provide real business solutions to clients,” he said. “Our attorneys will maintain the strong legacy of Isaacson Rosenbaum regionally and nationally, and our commitment to the Denver community will continue.”
Isaacson Rosenbaum was founded 50 years ago by Louis Isaacson and Charles Rosenbaum. The firm's attorneys have been involved in hundreds of significant real estate projects within the city and statewide, including City Center Complex, Ritz-Carlton Denver, Four Seasons Denver, Manville Plaza, Tabor Center, 1001 17th Street, the Breakers Resort, Genesee, Aspen Ski Area, Little Nell Hotel, the Boulder Research Park, 9th & Colorado Health Sciences Center and Fitzsimons Anschutz Campus developments for the University of Colorado, Fitzsimons Village, Forbes Trinchera Ranch in the San Luis Valley and 900 other conservation transactions covering 900,000 acres.
In addition to being on the forefront of real estate transactions, the firm's attorneys have handled some of the most complex and far-reaching criminal defense and civil litigation cases in the Rocky Mountain region, helped clients deal with the growing labyrinth of government rules and regulations and advised on the rights of intellectual property owners in traditional and new media.
Following the leadership of the firm's founders and for more than a half a century, Isaacson Rosenbaum's attorneys have provided thousands of hours of pro bono legal work, board leadership and community service.
In 2011, Isaacson Rosenbaum had 14 attorneys named in Colorado Super Lawyers, six in Best Lawyers and four in Chambers and Partners.