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Date: May 21, 2018

Foley & Mansfield Expands to Colorado National Defense Firm Opens 14th Office in Denver Area

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Date: May 21, 2018
by foleyandmansfield

Foley & Mansfield Expands to Colorado National Defense Firm Opens 14th Office in Denver Area

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Foley & Mansfield today announced that it has opened an office in Denver, Colorado to accommodate regional and national clients in commercial litigation and insurance defense matters.

The office will be led by Dustin J. Priebe, an experienced litigator licensed to practice in Colorado and California. Priebe has tried multiple complex cases throughout Colorado and the country. The Denver office will coordinate closely with the firm’s other offices across the U.S. on multijurisdictional matters, as well as serving local and regional clients.  

“We have been closely examining our opportunities to expand in the Denver area and are extremely pleased to see our plan come to fruition with Dustin’s involvement,” says founding partner Kyle Mansfield. “His energy and experience will be a tremendous asset to our clients and to the firm.” “It is an enormous opportunity to participate in the firm’s expansion into the Denver and greater Colorado area,” adds Priebe.  “With a healthy business climate and great standard of living, I see ample opportunities to better serve clients and continue to expand our footprint in the region.”

This is the fourth office the firm has opened in the last two years, in addition to Edwardsville, Kansas City and Indianapolis.  Foley & Mansfield now has 14 offices across the U.S.  

The new Denver office is located at 7887 E. Belleview Avenue, Suite 1215, Englewood, Colorado 80111.  For additional information or assistance, contact Dustin Priebe at (303) 810-6182.

Dustin J. Priebe

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