Casie Collignon


Bankruptcy Attorney with 17 Years Experience

Colorado, Colorado, 2003

Denver, CO 80203
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About Casie Collignon

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • Colorado

    Admitted in 2003

  • Colorado, 2003

    Admitted in

Experience

  • Baker Hostetler

    Associate

Languages

  • English

Websites

Casie Collignon's Office Location

303 East 17th Avenue

Denver, CO 80203


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Casie Collignon practice in?

Casie Collignon is admitted to practice in Colorado, Colorado and 2003.

How many years of experience does Casie Collignon have?

Casie Collignon has 17 years experience.

What types of law does Casie Collignon practice?

Casie Collignon practices bankruptcy law as well as antitrust law, appeals & appellate, business law, employment law, health care law, intellectual property, products liability, real estate law, tax law, energy and oil & gas law.

Where is Casie Collignon's office located?

Casie Collignon's office is located at 303 East 17th Avenue Denver, CO 80203.

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