Founding Partner

George V.

Berg Jr.

 

Mr. Berg is one of the four founding partners of Berg Hill Greenleaf & Ruscitti LLP. Mr. Berg’s practice of over 40 years emphasizes complex commercial transactions and litigation, personal and real property litigation, real estate and real estate development, construction, banking, insurance and title insurance coverage analysis and litigation, including antitrust and business competition matters, business organization, reorganization, business disputes and bankruptcy.

Mr. Berg is licensed in state and federal courts in Colorado, and certain federal courts in Nebraska. Mr. Berg has extensive experience in both Texas and Colorado, including the handling of multi-million dollar court and jury trials, as well as large real estate transactions, including residential, commercial, farm and ranch development, leasing and sale. Mr. Berg is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell peer review ratings system.

Legal Assistant

Deb Osterman

EDUCATION & ADMISSIONS

JURIS DOCTOR

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON’S BATES COLLEGE OF LAW, 1976

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

RICE UNIVERSITY, 1973

U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit

2009

U.S. District Court, District of Delaware

2002

U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska

1999

U.S. District Court, District of Colorado

1996

Colorado

1993

U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit

1982

Professional Associations

American, Colorado and Boulder Bar Associations

American Association for Justice 

Colorado Trial Lawyers

 

Honors & Awards

Super Lawyer in the area of Construction Litigation. Colorado Super Lawyers List in 2006, 2007, 2009-2017.

 

George’s Blog

In the News

CEO’s Talk Real Estate, Construction and COVID-19

BizWest's CEO Roundtables continue to offer the opportunity for CEO's to gather, virtually, to discuss the current state of the industries in which they represent. July 21, 2020, leaders of Boulder's real estate and construction industry came together and discuss the...

Firm Happenings

 

Let’s Talk: #Garminoutage

The Garmin outage continues to rattle users around the world as they surpass 24-hours of “server maintenance.” Here’s what we know: “We are currently experiencing an outage that affects Garmin Connect, and as a result, the Garmin Connect website and mobile app are...