David Bush opened his new civil law firm, DavidLaw, on Jan. 12, at 4243 Harlan St., in Wheat Ridge. With 25 years of experience practicing law in Colorado, Wisconsin and Minnesota, he offers clients help in the areas of business planning and business law, commercial disputes and litigation, construction defect claims, employment law, federal contract claims, and industrial hemp regulation and compliance.
Before launching his own law practice, Bush was a partner at the Denver law firm of Markusson, Green & Jarvis, where for 15 years, he practiced in the areas of construction defect law, personal injury claims and insurance bad faith. Prior to moving to Denver in 1997, he clerked for the Minnesota Court of Appeals in St. Paul, Minnesota. He later found employment as an associate with Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi in Minneapolis, working in the commercial litigation group, handling disputes involving commercial contracts, franchises, employment and intellectual property cases.
Bush holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Colgate University, an Masters of Science in Agricultural Economics from the University of Arizona, and a Juris Doctorate in law from the University of Wisconsin.