Jennifer A. Seidman

Jennifer A. Seidman: Attorney with Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P.C.


Jennifer Seidman’s practice focuses on representing homeowners and homeowner associations in construction defect and defective building products cases. Her work includes cases involving structural failures and foundation movement, water intrusion and building envelope failures, building product defects, and design professional errors.

Ms. Seidman appreciates how confusing the legal process can be for homeowners and association board members and strives to help homeowners and homeowner associations successfully navigate the legal system in order to protect what is often their largest and most significant investment. Ms. Seidman has coauthored many articles addressing important construction defect litigation issues. She is admitted to practice before all Colorado courts.

Before joining the firm in 2007, Ms. Seidman worked at a large Denver law firm. She also served as an Assistant Regional Director of a social justice and human rights nonprofit organization. Ms. Seidman lives in Littleton with her husband and two children and enjoys spending time in the mountains.

Honors & Accolades

Barrister’s Choice for Best Construction Defects Lawyer for Plaintiffs, 2015

Publications & Media

House Bill 17-1279: New Prerequisites to Homeowner Association Construction Defect Lawsuits, The Colorado Lawyer, vol. 46, no. 8 (August-September 2017), coauthored with Ronald Sandgrund and Leslie Tuft.

Construction Defect Municipal Ordinances: The Balkanization of Tort and Contract Law (Part 3), The Colorado Lawyer, vol. 46, no. 4 (Apr. 2017), coauthored with Ron Sandgrund, Leslie Tuft, and Nelson Boyle.

Construction Defect Municipal Ordinances: The Balkanization of Tort and Contract Law (Part 2), The Colorado Lawyer, vol. 46, No. 3 (March 2017), co-authored with Ronald Sandgrund, Leslie Tuft and Nelson Boyle.

Construction Defect Municipal Ordinances: The Balkanization of Tort and Contract Law (Part 1), The Colorado Lawyer, vol. 46, No. 2 (February 2017), co-authored with Ronald Sandgrund, Leslie Tuft and Nelson Boyle.

“Buyer Beware: Construction Defect Law Changes That Affect Homeowners Associations,” College of Community Association Lawyers Law Seminar, 2017

Unique Construction Defect Damages Mitigation Issues, The Colorado Lawyer, vol. 44, no. 2 (February, 2015), coauthored with Ron Sandgrund

Deconstructing Construction Defect Fault Allocation and Damages Apportionment - Parts I and II, The Colorado Lawyer, vol. 40, nos. 11 and 12 (2011), coauthored with Ron Sandgrund

Crossing the Separation of Powers Threshold: Legislative and Regulatory Control of Expert Witness Testimony, The Colorado Lawyer, vol. 37, no. 5 (2008), coauthored with Ron Sandgrund and Leslie Tuft

The Homeowner Protection Act of 2007, The Colorado Lawyer,vol. 36, no. 7 (2007), coauthored with Ron Sandgrund and Scott Sullan

Functional Families and Dysfunctional Laws: Committed Partners and Intestate Succession, 75 U. Colo. L. Rev. 211 (2004)

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Construction Law

Education & Credentials

University Attended:
Michigan State University, B.A., 1999
Law School Attended:
University of Colorado, J.D., 2004
Year of First Admission:
2004, Colorado
Birth Information:
Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 17, 1977

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Englewood, Colorado

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