Berenbaum Weinshienk PC - November 2013 to Present,
Special Counsel, Denver, Colorado
Corporate, Business and Securities Law, commercial transactions, financings, SEC investigations and litigation, negotiated mergers and acquisitions, private debt and equity financings, secured and asset-based lending transactions, and real estate financing.
Lam Law Offices, LLC - June 1995 to October 2013,
Member, Littleton, Colorado
The Lam Law Offices, LLC specialized in Corporate, Business and Securities Law, commercial transactions, financings, SEC investigations and litigation, negotiated mergers and acquisitions, private debt and equity financings, secured and asset-based lending transactions, and real estate financing.
Pryor, Carney and Johnson, P.C. - Sept. 1991
Attorney, Englewood, Colorado
Levin, Fishbein, Sedran & Berman - Feb. 1989
Attorney, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission - Jul. 1987
Attorney, Philadelphia Regional Office
California Department of Corporations - July 1985
Attorney, Los Angeles, California
Home Unity Savings Bank - June 1980 to
Cash Manager and Treasury Analyst, Lafayette Hill, PA
Managed daily cash balances in the short term with fed funds, FHLB advances and bank margin lines, Invested in other long term securities as specified in the cash flow report, Responsible for meeting the monthly liquidity target. Executed daily trades, maintained specified commercial bank account balances. Set rates on jumbo certificates of deposit.
California, 1986; Colorado (1986); Pennsylvania (1988). United States Court of Appeals for the Second and Tenth Circuits (1996 and 1991 respectively). Federal District Courts for the Southern and Central Districts of California (1986); Eastern District of Pennsylvania (1987); and District of Colorado (1991).
California Western School of Law
San Diego, California 92101 Juris Doctor, May 1985
Bachelor of Arts in Economics, May 1980
Federal and Blue Sky Securities Law Issues in Negotiated Business Acquisitions, The Colorado Lawyer, Vol, 31, No. 1 (January 2002).
The Prescription Against Insider Trading; Once Again Unsettled Among Federal Circuits, The Colorado Lawyer, Vol, 26, No. 2 (February 1997).
Secondary Liability for Aiding or Abetting After Central Bank of Denver, The Colorado Lawyer, Vol, 23, No. 8 (August 1994).
Lampf v. Gilbertson and Claims under Rule IOb-5, The Colorado Lawyer, Vol. 21, No, 3 (March 1992).
Serving as an FINRA Arbitrator Chairperson since approximately 1994.
Denver Public Schools, Aurora Public Schools, 2010-Present
Bridge Church, Grant Ranch, Colorado, 2012 - Present
Tennyson House, 2010-2011
Lawline 9, 2003-2011
Denver Bar Association, 2003-Present