Hensley & Kennedy, P.C. - Firm Profile
Hensley & Kennedy, P.C.
Size of Organization: 3
Year Established: 1982
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The principals of our practice, John Hensley and Walter Kennedy, have long been a part of the local legal community, each having practiced law in Boulder County since 1982. Our commitment to the community has fostered long-term client relationships with both individuals and businesses, an aspect of our practice we value. Both of the principals had business experience prior to their legal education. This experience contributes immeasurably to their perspective, understanding of businesses, business culture and personalities.
Our practice is a general, civil practice serving our clients' transactional and litigation needs. From the simple will to complex, multi-state litigation, our clients' needs are serviced by the direct personal attention of the principals, who are assisted by paralegals, law clerk, associates and other attorneys, as the project requires. Efficient and prompt responses to our client's needs are enhanced by our extensive use of advanced law office technologies. Our expertise, responsiveness and efficient use of staff and technology enable us to serve the legal needs of our clients, ranging from individuals and small business to multi-national corporations.
The cornerstone of our practice is our long-term relationship with clients. Our client base is derived primarily from referrals from our own clients and other professionals. This fosters a mutual trust between ourselves and our clients that we feel is essential to a rewarding lawyer-client relationship. Our relationships with our clients enhance our ability to work in a participatory partnership toward a mutually satisfactory resolution of their legal needs. Our emphasis on serving our existing clients sometimes results in the need to turn down prospective clients when our workload or the nature of their matter leads us to believe we could not devote the level of care or expertise our clients expect. However, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss with you your legal needs.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Business; Formation and Advising Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Partnerships; Negotiation and Drafting Contracts; Employment Issues; Dispute Resolution; Contract Enforcement; Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation; Business Sales; Purchases and Mergers; Banking, Lending and Creditor Bankruptcy; Transactions, Development and Condominiums; Real Estate Financing and Foreclosures; Real Estate and Title Insurance Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation; Construction Contracts; Mechanic's Lien; Construction Litigation; Commercial and Residential Leasing (Landlord and Tenant) and Dispute Resolution; Litigation/Arbitration/Mediation; Commercial Law; Business Torts; Real Estate; Title and Construction Disputes; Employment; Banking; Probate; Post-Judgment Enforcement and Collection Matters; Wills, Estate and Probate; Wills and Trusts; Advance Directives and Powers of Attorney; Estate Administration and Probate Litigation; Personal/Business Torts; Personal Injury; Products Liability; Defamation/Slander; Insurance Disputes; Labor and Employment; Business Law; Business Formation; Business Litigation; Business Mediation; Business Organization; Business Planning; Business Reorganization; Business Start-Ups; Business Succession Planning; Business Successions; Business Transactions; Small Business Law; Legal Malpractice; Wills; Contested Wills; Living Wills; Probate Litigation; Appellate Practice; Buying and Selling of Businesses; Civil Litigation; Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Estate Planning; Estate Litigation; Landlord and Tenant Law; Leases and Leasing; Commercial Landlord and Tenant Law; Commercial Leasing; Residential Real Estate; Real Estate Contracts; Real Estate Litigation; Real Estate Leasing; Residential Real Estate Acquisitions; Residential Real Estate Foreclosure; Wrongful Termination; Arbitration; Corporate Banking Law; Bankruptcy Chapter 11; Commercial Banking; Banks and Banking; Condominium Law; Construction Defects; Construction Law; Corporate Law; Creditors Rights; Debtor and Creditor; Creditors Rights in Bankruptcy; Eminent Domain; Condemnation; Inverse Condemnation; Land Annexation; Property Rights; Employment Contracts; Financial Services Law; Foreclosures; Equipment Finance and Leasing; Guardianship and Conservatorship; Homeowners Association Law; Limited Liability Company Law; Mechanics Liens; Mediation; Partnership Law; Powers of Attorney; Premarital Agreements; Professional Liability; Trade Secrets; Unfair Competition; Zoning, Planning and Land Use.