Michael A. Goldman
Michael Goldman enjoys a varied practice as principal with the firm of Goldman, Robbins, Nicholson & Mack P.C. His practice primarily focuses on civil and criminal litigation in both the State and Federal Courts. He has represented plaintiffs in personal injury/wrongful death and civil rights claims as well as defended individuals, businesses and governmental entities in actions brought against them. Michael is comfortable in the Courtroom having tried approximately 100 cases before a jury.
Jeffery P. Robbins
Jeff's practice focuses on civil litigation, land use issues and land use development, governmental/administrative law matters and in oil and gas law. Mr. Robbins has extensive trial experience involving general business matters, real estate disputes, condemnation and land use issues, construction matters, governmental and administrative law issues, adverse possession disputes, and tax matters. He has developed considerable expertise in litigating real estate and land use controversies in state and federal courts.
Lindsey K. S. Nicholson
Lindsey Nicholson’s practice focuses on real estate and business transactions. Lindsey's real estate practice includes the areas of commercial and residential real estate acquisitions and leasing, as well as financing and development. She has represented real estate developers and corporate and individual business clients in a variety of real estate transactions in southwest and central Colorado.
Josh W. Mack
Josh Mack practices in a variety of areas with the firm of Goldman, Robbins, Nicholson & Mack P.C. His practice primarily focuses on civil and criminal litigation in State and Federal Courts, as well as probate and foreclosure law. His civil litigation practice is focused on a variety of real property issues, including boundary disputes and easements, adverse possession, oil and gas, mortgages and liens, landlord/tenant and land use.
I truly enjoy assisting clients working their way through complex, complicated and sometimes controversial circumstances involved in Real Estate, Land Use and Business Law. That requires careful analysis of the facts and the law, but also consideration of cost, expense and timing of each situation, and, perhaps most importantly, understanding the client’s objective. I believe that effective representation of a client’s interest can usually be achieved through detailed preparation and effective presentation, while attempting to insure that all involved are treated with dignity and respect. My preference is to work with the client, rather than for the client, to creatively find the best solutions and achieve the greatest results.