Mark Rohlena

Bankruptcy Attorney with 17 Years Experience


Denver, CO 80202
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About Mark Rohlena

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • Colorado

    Admitted in 2003


  • Holland & Hart LLP

    Staff Ethics & Conflicts Attorney


Education and Training

  • Ave Maria School of Law



  • Christendom College




  • English


Mark Rohlena's Office Location

555 17th Street

Denver, CO 80202

Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Mark Rohlena practice in?

Mark Rohlena is admitted to practice in Colorado.

How many years of experience does Mark Rohlena have?

Mark Rohlena has 17 years experience.

What types of law does Mark Rohlena practice?

Mark Rohlena practices bankruptcy law as well as appeals & appellate, business law, environmental law, estate planning, immigration law, intellectual property, international law, patents, real estate law, securities law and tax law.

Where is Mark Rohlena's office located?

Mark Rohlena's office is located at 555 17th Street Denver, CO 80202.

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