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Paul L. VorndranPaul L. Vorndran

Paul L. Vorndran has been a Colorado trial and litigation attorney for more than 23 years, and his practice emphasizes complex civil financial matters in state and federal courts and in a variety of arbitration forums.  One of Paul’s areas of expertise is securities litigation and regulation.  Drawing upon more than six years with the Colorado Attorney General's office where he represented the Colorado Securities and Insurance Commissioners, he has extensive experience in the areas of investment and insurance regulation and litigation.  Paul represents individuals and businesses licensed as investment advisers, investment adviser representatives, broker-dealers, securities sales representatives and insurance producers in regulatory matters as well as customer disputes.  Paul also represents consumers and investors in actions against broker-dealers, investment advisers and insurance producers.  He has litigated many business disputes involving non-compete agreements, trade secrets, commercial contracts, fiduciary duties, the Lanham Act, and the Fair Labor Standards Act.
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Robert J. Shilliday IIIRobert J. Shilliday III

Robert “Rob” Shilliday has 22 years of trial and litigation experience and focuses his practice upon securities and complex business litigation, bankruptcy and insolvency, and out-of-court workouts to avoid the need for bankruptcy relief.  Starting his career at a litigation boutique in Los Angeles, California, Rob concentrated his practice in securities litigation, complex financial fraud, director and officer liability, and the defense of municipal and other governmental entities.  Rob also has maintained a thriving bankruptcy and insolvency practice after serving as a law clerk in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California and has successfully guided numerous individual and business entities through Chapter 7 liquidation, reorganization under Chapters 11, 12, and  13 of the Bankruptcy Code, workouts, and the prosecution and defense of non-discharge adversary proceedings, preferences, relief from stay, and other bankruptcy litigation matters.

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