The Herd: New hires, departures and promotions 4.16.18

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Elizabeth “Lise” Carney has joined Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck as a shareholder in the intellectual property department. She has degrees from Georgetown University and Yale University.

Mary Sue Greenleaf has joined Sherman & Howard as an associate in the litigation group. She focuses her practice on construction, commercial, real estate and insurance litigation. She has degrees from Texas Christian University and the University of Colorado.

Christopher Peterson.

Kristin White.

At Fisher Phillips:

Kristin R.B. White and Christopher G. Peterson are partners. White focuses her practice on counseling and defending clients on workplace safety matters in the construction, energy and mining industries. Peterson focuses his practice in mining, energy and construction industries.

Benjamin J. Ross is an associate. He focuses his practice in state and federal statutes regarding compliance issues, policy, legislative and regulatory matters, civil and criminal enforcement issues, accident investigations, and special investigations.

Ben Krasnow.

Ben Ross.

Real Estate

Ben Krasnow has joined Crescent Communities as managing director of the southwest region. He had been with McWhinney and has degrees from Colorado College and the University of Maryland.


Nikki Swarn.

Mike Waldinger.

Mike Waldinger is executive vice president and chief executive officer for AIA Colorado. He had been with AIA Illinois.


Nikki Swarn is content and program director for The Drop on Rocky Mountain Public Media’s KUVO. She had been with KALC. She has degrees from University of Michigan and Regis University.

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