Ronnie Fischer | Denver Intellectual Property, Business, Real Estate, and Probate Lawyer
I provide a broad range of legal services to both individuals and businesses.
- Law Office: Fischer & Fischer, P.C.
- Law School: Yeshiva Juris Doctor, Concentration in Intellectual Property Law and ADR (Arbitration, Mediation, and Negotiation) 2003
- Status: In Good Standing
- Licensed: 14 years
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Ronnie was born and raised in New York. He has always had a passion for the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Throughout high school, college, and law school he made many trips out west to spend time on the ski slopes. During that time he also discovered a love for business and the law. He attended Cornell University for their excellent business program, and received his Bachelor's of Science in Business Management and Marketing in 1999. While attending Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law he was able to spend a summer at the Central European University where he concentrated his studies on alternative dispute resolution techniques including arbitration, mediation, and negotiation. He received his Juris Doctorate with a concentration in alternative dispute resolution and intellectual property in 2003. With a law degree in hand, Ronnie moved to Colorado to be nearer to the mountains he loves. He was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 2003. Since then, Ronnie has focused his legal career to assist clients in the areas of intellectual property law (i.e., copyrights, trademarks, and patents), business law, real estate law, and probate law. When Ronnie is not working, he is happily enjoying all the wonderful outdoor activities that Colorado has to offer: skiing, mountain biking, tennis, white water rafting, and four-wheeling.
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Please describe a case(s) in the last year or two where you made a big difference.
My client’s father owned and operated a business for over 40 years. He suddenly passed away and my client was forced to take over the business while mourning for her father. After lengthy discussions she decided it was in her best interests to dissolve the business and sell the commercial real estate where the business was located. I facilitated the dissolution of the business and sale of the real estate. The real estate was sold for seven figures. I worked closely with my client, her accountant, her insurance agent, the buyer’s real estate agent, the buyer, and the title company to make sure that the transaction went as smooth as possible and that my client’s interests were protected. My client has now been able to begin the healing process thanks to my efforts.
How did you build a successful practice?
By striving to provide competent, passionate and personalized representation that meets my clients’ needs and interests, and by actively listening to them, paying full attention to every tiny detail, conducting extensive research on the laws and planning legal strategies that get the best possible results.
What should clients look for in a lawyer?
There are many factors to consider when you hire an attorney. You need an attorney because you seek solutions to your complex legal matters. You have deadlines. You need a law firm that listens, communicates and responds. We believe your attorney should be one who understands your needs and interests, and is knowledgeable and experienced. Most importantly, your attorney should be the one who truly listens to your needs and concerns, responds promptly and proceeds with a plan of action that fits your specific situation.
How important is local knowledge to the success of your cases?
Very important as the practice of law is all in the details and there can be little nuances that only my experiences and knowledge as a local attorney in the Denver metro area will know how to address.
What information can you provide in a free phone consultation?
I can sort through the legal issues and map out a strategy to assert the potential client’s rights and defenses in the case or transaction.
What information do you need in a free phone consultation?
The potential client’s name, telephone number, email address, and mailing address. In addition, a brief description of the case and the names of each party involved in the legal matter.
What differentiates you from other lawyers in your community?
I go the extra distance for each client I represent. Whether it is simply to schedule a meeting late in the evening, over the weekend, or at their home, I strive to make the legal representation experience as smooth and as efficient as possible for each client.
What is the most rewarding aspect of your job?
The most rewarding aspect of my law practice is knowing that I am helping someone and that I am making a difference in their life.
What are your other interests in addition to law?
When I am not working, I am happily enjoying all the wonderful outdoor activities that Colorado has to offer: skiing, mountain biking, tennis, white water rafting, and four-wheeling.
Are you involved in your community?
Cornell University Volunteer Alumni Association, the Colorado Bar Association, and the Denver Bar Association.
|Shareholder||Fischer & Fischer, P.C.||Denver, CO||2008 - Present|
|Attorney||Benson & Case, LLP||Denver, CO||2004 - 2008|
|Attorney||William Myrick & Associates, P.C.||Denver, CO||2003 - 2004|
|Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University||Juris Doctor, Concentration in Intellectual Property Law and ADR (Arbitration, Mediation, and Negotiation)||Law School||2003|
|Central European University||Certificate of Completion||Alternative Dispute Resolution (Arbitration, Mediation, and Negotiation)||2001|
|Cornell University||Bachelor of Science||Business Management and Marketing||1999|
|State / Court||Date|
- Member | American Bar Association
Member | Colorado Bar Association
Member | Denver Bar Association
Honors & Awards
- Lead Counsel in Civil Litigation
Lead Counsel in Business Law
Lead Counsel in Probate Law
Lead Counsel in Real Property Law
Lead Counsel in Intellectual Property Law
Avvo Featured Attorney Business
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HEALTHTRIO, LLC v. AETNA, INC., Civil Action No. 12-cv-03229-REB-MJW.
I represented the Plaintiff in this case. Plaintiff's Motion for Sanctions argues that Defendants have abused the First Amended Protective Order in two ways. First, Plaintiff argues that Defendants have acted in bad faith by designating over 90% of the 226,834 documents produced in discovery as "Confidential — Outside Attorneys Eyes Only" ("OAEO"). Second, Plaintiff argues that Defendants have improperly refused to allow Plaintiff's General Counsel to see OAEO documents. The Court agrees on both counts. The Court Ordered Defendants shall re-review their productions of documents in this case for purposes of re-designating each page's level of restriction under the First Amended Protective Order, to be completed within 60 days of the date of this Order; and that Defendants shall pay Plaintiff's attorneys' reasonable and necessary fees as to Plaintiff's Motion for Sanctions.
Mi Cocina, Ltd. v. Mi Cocina, Inc. and Mi Cocina Express, Inc.; Case No. 10-cv-00691-PAB-KMT
I represented a Mexican restaurant in Littleton, Colorado. The local business owner was sued for trademark infringement by a Texas limited partnership over the name Mi Cocina. This was not the first suit the Texas Mi Cocina company had filed against a much smaller operation using some variation on "Cocina," and other restaurants have buckled to the pressure and just changed their names. So after months of legal skirmishes and mediation, the parties reached an amicable settlement: the local business (my client) gets to continue to use the Mi Cocina name in a limited area in Colorado where he has been doing business for many years.
- Fischer Law Firm, P.C. | WHAT LITIGATION MEANS TO YOU | 2016
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|(2003) Licensed as Attorney in Colorado. Verified with Colorado Bar Association.||November 03, 2016|
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Finder’s Fees for Recovering Overbid Monies From a Foreclosure Sale - House Bill 16-1090(2016-11-30 11:25:52)
House Bill 16-1090, effective August 10, 2016, made some changes to the law regarding overbids from a foreclosure sale. it made changes related to finder’s fees for recovering overbid monies. These changes were codified in C.R.S. §§ 38-38-111, 38-13-128.5, and 6-1-105.
What is the test for infringement of a federally registered trademark pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 1114?(2017-01-09 14:49:32)
A registered trademark is infringed when a person uses it or a phrase similar to it in a manner likely to cause confusion, mistake, or deception among ordinarily prudent buyers or prospective buyers as to the source of the product.
What is trade dress infringement?(2017-01-09 15:20:57)
The core concepts of trademark protection are that consumers not be confused, misled, or deceived as to whose product they are buying, that sellers’ goodwill--or investment in their reputation for quality--be protected, and that competition thereby be enhanced.
What are possible arguments that can be made to challenge a will?(2017-01-09 15:57:41)
There are several possible arguments that can be made to challenge a will; they include: lack of capacity, insane delusion, undue influence, fraud, duress, mistake, or revocation. The most common are lack of capacity and undue influence.
How to Collect a Judgment(2017-01-09 16:19:29)
There are four methods that a judgment creditor may utilize in order to collect on monies that it he or she is owed. But the judgment creditor must be aware that there are certain assets that are exempt from collection.
My philosophy is simple: provide cost-effective solutions which are hand-tailored to the unique needs of each client. For every matter I am retained, I employ result-driven strategies designed to exceed the expectations of the client.
Fee:Fees may vary depending on type of legal service. Some matters are handled based on a flat fee while others have an hourly rate.We offer free and confidential consultations. To schedule a free and confidential consultation please call (303) 756-2500 or complete an online contact form.
Language:English and limited Spanish
1777 S. Harrison Street
Denver, CO 80210
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