About James A. Jablonski

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court roomI have been practicing law in Denver for more that 30 years, most as a partner at a large downtown law firm. Prior thereto, I was an Asst. Professor of Law at Washington University in St. Louis, teaching in the areas of trial practice and employment law.

I am continuing my litigation practice as a sole practitioner, with flexible fees to meet the needs of the client, including contingency, fee caps, lump sum and other tailored arrangements. I will assess your case without any charge. Cases are accepted throughout the country. I have access to experts as needed for complex litigation.

I have been an A rated attorney in Martindale-Hubbell since shortly after I began practicing law in Denver. Successful litigation combines selection of meritorious cases, relentless prosecution with the needed resources and the experience to know when to try the case and when to settle. My record reflects my ability to achieve success with your claim.

My practice is the representation of businesses and individuals in contested proceedings, including jury trials, administrative proceedings, arbitrations and alternative dispute resolution. I have been lead counsel in more than one hundred trials and have many reported decisions. My experience has focused on commercial and tort litigation, including construction, employment, products liability, legal malpractice, contract, real estate, securities, probate, anti-trust, bankruptcy and intellectual property.

For a number of years, I was heavily engaged in construction disputes representing owners, general contractors and subcontractors in multi million dollar disputes. I was also substantially engaged in employment disputes, representing both employers, notably City of Lakewood, and employees. I have participated in court trials and arbitrations of age discrimination claims, Title VII claims, wrongful discharge claims, and other employment disputes. More recently, the focus has been on patent litigation, including legal malpractice arising therefrom.