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Creative solutions for complex business issues
Sender Wasserman Wadsworth began in 1992 when Harvey Sender and John Wasserman merged their practices and formed Katch, Sender & Wasserman. After Michael Katch’s departure in 1998, we renamed the firm Sender & Wasserman. Dave Wadsworth joined the firm in 2003 and in 2012, after twenty successful years, we became Sender Wasserman Wadsworth.
The attorneys at Sender Wasserman Wadsworth have earned a reputation for obtaining outstanding results in some of the toughest cases in our field: matters involving Chapter 7, Chapter 11, trustee representation, and bankruptcy litigation. We also have extensive experience in Ponzi scheme litigation, and provide a full range of commercial litigation and commercial real estate representation. Special circumstances, complex scenarios, multi-party disputes…we handle the cases other firms are afraid to take.
We’re single minded about achieving success for our clients, yet open minded about how we do it. Our small size and narrow focus allow us to take the team approach people look for in a boutique firm, developing creative solutions tailored to individual needs. At the same time, the depth and breadth of our combined experience offers all the advantages of a much larger firm.
In our home state of Colorado and across the country, in the courtroom and out, we think differently and work differently than other law firms. We recognize that every case, big or small, is high stakes to our clients. And we play to win.
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