- Counsel in ongoing complex probate proceedings involving oil and gas assets of over $200 million in one of Colorado’s largest and longest running probate proceedings
- Counsel to buyer in litigation regarding a $20 million loan acquisition involving Lehman Brothers, and related bankruptcy issues
- Counsel to community bank in resolving over 25 contested commercial disputes
- Counsel to international lending group regarding commercial loan workouts involving concrete and printing businesses
- Counsel for national bank involving commercial loan workouts
- Successfully defended family in multi-faceted constructive trust litigation involving multi-million dollars of oil and gas assets in which plaintiffs claims were dismissed on a directed verdict
- Lead counsel and successfully litigated negligent misrepresentation claim against international oil and gas conglomerate to jury verdict
- Advised family members on $100 million-plus trust issues
- Successfully represented client in multi-million dollar, multi-state, low-income housing loan transactions involving Congressional investigation
Scott T. Rodgers
Scott Rodgers practices in the area of complex commercial litigation, emphasizing the representation of secured creditors and lessors, and focusing on restructurings and bankruptcy proceedings, as well as probate.
Scott has represented banks, other financial institutions, municipalities, hospitals and high net worth individuals at the international, national and local level. Many of Scott’s clients have relied upon his advice and ability for over a decade. Prior to moving to Denver, Scott spent seven years in private practice in Portland, Maine at one of northern New England’s largest law firms.
Scott began his legal career as law clerk to the Honorable Leif M. Clark, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Texas. During law school, Scott was invited to serve as an intern for the Honorable Sidney B. Brooks, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado.
Prior to law school, Scott worked for General Electric Capital (“GE Capital”) where he was initially responsible for a $165 million, then jointly a $3.1 billion portfolio secured by commercial equipment. During his time at GE Capital, Scott gained invaluable experience relating to sophisticated financing transactions.
- American Bankruptcy Institute
- American Bar Association
- Colorado Bar Association