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Successes

At Fairfield and Woods, we measure our success by helping our clients achieve their objectives in the most practical and efficient manner.  Here are just a few of those successes:

 

Christy Sports

Before there was a Breckenridge, Vail, Copper Mountain, Keystone or Steamboat ski resort, there was Christy Sports. In 1958, two skiers decided they loved the sport so much they opened a ski shop on West ... Read More
 

Denver Health Paramedic Division

The Denver Paramedics are a division of the Denver Health and Hospital Authority. They provide 911 services to the 567,000 residents in the 155 sq. miles of the City and County of Denver, and respond ... Read More
 

Denver Museum of Nature and Science

In October 2010, a bulldozer operator working near a Colorado ski area uncovered the tusk of a young female mammoth. Over the next ten months, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science conducted its largest ... Read More
 
Downhill Skier

Former Owners of Copper Mountain Resort

The former owners of Copper Mountain Resort had a dream of developing the Copper Mountain ski resort into a world-class destination resort. When they merged their company with Intrawest in 1996 to help ... Read More
 

Go-Kart Distributor Favored

Our client was selected as a U.S. distributor of go-karting engines and related products for the kart racing industry by an Austrian company in 2008. Shortly thereafter, the Austrian company made the ... Read More
 

Indian Motorcycle

Indian Motorcycle started production in 1901–several years before Harley Davidson–and became the first major motorcycle company in the world. It dominated in speed and distance records, and ... Read More
 

Innovative Space Propulsion Systems

Innovative Space Propulsion Systems’ goal was to commercialize and license a “clean and green” engine that uses nitrous oxide, a rocket fuel that is safer to transport and use. It succeeded ... Read More
 

Real Estate Developer Favored in Court

Shopping centers are often subject to restrictive covenants which limit the potential use of the property and benefit owners by keeping direct competition to a minimum. Restrictive covenants can be voided ... Read More
 
Colorado State Capitol

Senate Bill 181- Receivership Bill

A bill was introduced in the 2015 Colorado legislature that would have fundamentally changed how receivership proceedings are handled in Colorado. Among other things, if enacted, the bill as originally ... Read More
 

Shane Co.

The brilliance of Tom Shane’s jewelry business, founded in Colorado in 1971, has resulted not just from its diamonds, but also from its growth. Tom, the third generation of Shanes in the jewelry ... Read More
 

Sterling, As Receiver

Kiowa had a problem: Its Water Enterprise had to issue bonds to pay for improvements to bring its water and wastewater treatment system into compliance with state and federal regulations, but with the ... Read More
 
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The Raptor Education Foundation

Over 4,000 years ago raptors began to be used to help put food on the table via the art and science of falconry. Spiritually, raptors symbolize the highest aspirations of purpose, power, clarity, and ... Read More
 

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