GLEN A. KRAHENBUHL
Glen Krahenbuhl has practiced law since 1989. Glen focuses his practice primarily in the areas of construction law and litigation. Mr. Krahenbuhl regularly represents general contractors, architects, subcontractors, suppliers, owners/developers, and engineers in all phases of construction law and business practice from contract negotiations and drafting through litigation or arbitration of disputes involving both private and public construction projects throughout Colorado.
Mr. Krahenbuhl obtained his Bachelor of Science degree with honors at the University of Florida in 1986. In May, 1989, Mr. Krahenbuhl received his law degree from the University of Colorado School of Law. While attending law school, Glen was a member editor of the University of Colorado Law Review.
Mr. Krahenbuhl began his legal career in Albuquerque, New Mexico. After nine years of private practice in New Mexico, Glen and his family relocated to Boulder in 1998 where Glen joined the established firm of Wells, Love & Scoby, LLC n/k/a Blockwick Eisenstein Krahenbuhl, LLC.
Glen has litigated and arbitrated all types of construction matters and commercial/business disputes, including trials in both state and federal courts. Over the past several years, Mr. Krahenbuhl has spoken before numerous construction industry groups and professional organizations pertaining to construction industry issues.
PRACTICE EMPHASIS - CONSTRUCTION LAW AND LITIGATION
Arbitrations/Mediations/Trials involving Complex Public and
Private Construction Projects
Mechanic's Lien Litigation and Foreclosures
Construction Contracts and Related Project Documents
State Bars of Colorado (1990) and New Mexico (1989)
Associated General Contractors of Colorado (AGC)
“AV Preeminent” rated by Martindale-Hubbell Attorney Rating Services