The Herd: New hires, departures and promotions 11.16.21

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Denver Herd Law Sarah Mielke

Sarah Mielke

Sarah Mielke has joined Woods Aitken as an associate attorney on the litigation team. She has degrees from Colorado State University and Creighton University.

David R. Mika and Ryan B. Thurber have been elected shareholders with Polsinelli.

Associates joining Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell:

Teresa Akkara represents clients in complex commercial litigation at the trial and appellate levels.

Alex Bransford and Rebekah Nickel represent clients in commercial litigation.

Thomas Dec represents clients in commercial cases.

Charles “Charley” Gibson represents clients in complex commercial litigation and legal professional liability matters.

Emily Linehan represents clients facing complex claims.

Robert McLeod represents clients in complex product and professional liability matters.

Geraldo Parrilla and Marisa Shearer represent clients in complex litigation.

Michaela (“Mickey”) Redlingshafer represents clients in litigation matters.

Denver Herd Real Estate Sarah Tyler

Sarah Tyler

Real Estate

Sarah Tyler has been appointed to managing broker of the Kentwood Real Estate Northern Propertiesoffice in Fort Collins.

Government

Lindsey Kimball has been named economic development director for Westminster. She has been economic development director for Hillsborough County, Florida.

Denver Herd Trades Zach Torres

Zach Torres

Denver Herd Trades Zack Long

Zack Long

Trades

Joining High 5 Plumbing:

Zack Long and Zach Torres are service managers. Long will lead the Denver location. Torres will lead the Littleton office.

Jeff Long is lead technician at the Littleton location.

Glen MacDougall is customer service manager.

Nonprofits

Beth Perez with DaVita has joined the board of directors for the Denver Scholarship Foundation.

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Denver Herd Law Sarah Mielke

Sarah Mielke

Law firms elect shareholders and add associates, a real estate firm names a managing broker, plus new faces in government, nonprofits and more.

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