Colin’s litigation experience also includes First Amendment law, appellate matters, real estate and land use matters, election law and Indian law. Colin has authored briefs filed with various federal and state appellate courts around the country including the U.S. Supreme Court and the Arizona Supreme Court. He has also assisted clients in conducting internal investigations.
Colin's pro bono practice has included a petition for post-conviction relief in state court, an amicus brief filed with the Arizona Supreme Court concerning the selection of members to the state's independent redistricting commission and the representation of clients seeking asylum under federal immigration law.
Representative Presentations and Publications
• Proposed Aetna-Humana Merger Passes Another Hurdle in Antitrust Review, Author, Snell & Wilmer Legal Alert (February 19, 2016)
•Interpreting California's Unfair Competition Law and False Advertising Law Standing Requirement, Co-Author, Products Liability Litigation Reporter, Volume 20 Issue 2 (March 9, 2009)
•ICM Food & Clothing Bank, Board Member
•Arizona Justice Project
•Florence Immigration and Refugee Rights Project
Other Professional Experience
•Perkins Coie LLP, Counsel (2012-2014), Associate (2005-2012)
•Brown & Bain, P.A., Summer Associate (2003-2004)
GSA Announces Plan to Modernize the Multiple Awards Schedules
Legal Alert - Proposed Aetna-Humana Merger Passes Another Hurdle in Antitrust Review
Related News & Events
Snell & Wilmer Announces Election of New Partners and Counsel for the Class of 2018
Attorney Colin P. Ahler Joins the Phoenix Office of Snell & Wilme
Professional Memberships & Activities
•American Bar Association
•State Bar of Arizona
•Maricopa County Bar Association
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