Colorado Law Firm Isaacson Rosenbaum
Promotes Five Attorneys
March 02, 2010 08:03 AM Eastern Time
DENVER--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Isaacson Rosenbaum P.C., a leading Denver firm established in
1961, is promoting five attorneys effective immediately. The new appointments include the election of three new
shareholders, promotion of a senior associate and naming of a department chair.
F. Brittin Clayton III, Kristin N. Schelwat and Kara Veitch have been elected shareholders. Lara E. Marks has been
promoted to senior associate and Byeongsook Seo has been named chair of the Litigation Department of the
Denver-based law firm.
"These new appointments will continue to strengthen the foundation of our firm which has been structured to provide
expertise, service and diverse practice experience," said Lonny Donovan, chief executive officer. "This new group of
leaders will work diligently in the new year and beyond to bring smart solutions to the table and achieve key results
for our clients."
F. Brittin Clayton III — Shareholder
Clayton's practice focuses on civil litigation, trials, and appeals. He has substantial experience in the fields of real
estate, shareholder and partner disputes, insurance, and breach of contract involving a wide variety of businesses.
With 23 years of litigation experience to draw from, he has learned the importance of working cost-effectively
without compromising quality of work.
"Large firms typically provide a very high quality of service, but often the cost-benefit ratio is not very good,” said
Clayton. “We provide clients with large firm quality of work and optimal results without the large firm price tag."
Kristin Nolan Schelwat — Shareholder
Schelwat's practice focuses on real estate and sustainable development, managing every type of transaction in this
practice area including leasing, financing and commercial development. She works to provide clients a "big picture”
point of view.
“My goal is to discover opportunities to help my real estate clients