Joe Whitcomb is the founder and president of Whitcomb Law, PC. Besides managing the daily affairs of the law firm, Joe heads up the Government Procurement and International Business Transactions Law sections of the firm. As a former United States Army Ranger, and a veteran of both the United States Army and Air Force, mission accomplishment is job one. While Joe was serving in the Air Force, Joe earned his Bachelors degree in Social Sciences and a Masters degree in International Relations with an emphasis on National Security and International Political Economics. After his military career, Joe attended law school at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. From there, he went on to work as staff attorney for the federal government where he learned the nuances of administrative law generally and the pains of federal bureaucracy specifically. He has dedicated his legal career helping individuals and businesses with their interactions with federal and state governments.
Brandon Selinsky is a trademark and copyright attorney in our Denver office. With more than five years of Social Security experience and hundreds of hearings to his credit, Brandon is uniquely qualified to fight for and win his client’s benefits. Brandon has appeared in hearing offices all over the United States and represented hundreds of clients at the Social Security Appeals Council. If you become disabled and are no longer able to work, you can trust Brandon to take excellent care of your claim.
Dan McAuliffe is an attorney and decorated combat veteran. He has more than 25-years of government contracting, legal, military and complex management experience. He is licensed to practice law in Colorado and the District of Columbia.
A former legislative director to a U.S. Representative and Senator, he has written legislation, secured appropriations and affected the outcome of government regulations. He is an expert in the areas of Native American law, federal regulations, governmental affairs and public policy. He was the Deputy Director and General Counsel for the Colorado Water Conservation Board and the Assistant Director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources. In his role at the
Eric Snelgrove is a military veteran who brings over three decades of deep and diverse aviation experience to the practice of law. He is a former USAF F-15 Fighter Pilot, General Aviation Pilot, and Airline Pilot, Instructor, and Evaluator for a global Part 121 Air Carrier. Eric holds an ATP Pilot Certificate and is type rated on the B737-2/3/4/500, B757, and B767 aircraft. He also holds a Flight Engineer – Turbojet Certificate, and a Single Engine Seaplane rating.
Following graduation with a JD from University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Eric was admitted to the Colorado Bar and awarded a post-graduate judicial fellowship to serve as a District Court Judicial Law Clerk.
Ken Enright is a VA-accredited attorney and US Army veteran, including a deployment to Baghdad from December 2007 through February 2009 as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. After separating from the military in 2009, Ken studied Political Science at Concordia University-Wisconsin, where he quickly developed a passion for the law. Ken went on to receive his J.D. from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is licensed to practice law in both Indiana and Colorado. During his time in law school, Ken focused on learning as much as he could about how to help veterans. He worked with two legal aid societies to help homeless veterans in Indiana. After his second year in law school, Ken interned in Washington, D.C. with the Veterans Pro Bono Consortium, The American Legion, and the National Veterans Legal Services Program, where he learned the intricacies and complexities of the VA appeals process.
Mark Wilson focuses his practice in the areas of corporate, tax, and government contracts law for individuals, veterans, and
Andrew Newell is an experienced regulatory and corporate law attorney. Prior to returning to private practice, he served as General Counsel for two Colorado-based technology companies from 2009 through late 2017. He led teams that obtained substantial funding from federal infrastructure grant programs, reverse auctions, and government contracts. He has also negotiated hundreds of high-value private sector contracts, including international vendor agreements, software license agreements, and corporate finance agreements. He has also led public policy efforts that succeeded in making necessary changes to telecommunications legislation.
Tim Turner is a member of WSM’s Labor and Employment group. He centers his practice in the Health and Safety sector, defending clients against MSHA and OSHA regulatory enforcement actions. Prior to joining WSM, Mr. Turner spent close to seven years as a trial attorney with the Department of Labor, working directly with the agencies on a daily basis. Thus, he brings an insider’s knowledge to assist employers in effectively preparing for the inspection process, and, if necessary, in successfully maneuvering through the procedural and substantive stresses of litigation, special investigations, accident investigations, discrimination investigations, and fatality investigations. Mr. Turner’s practice spans from counseling employers on pre-conference preparation to all facets of administrative and judicial ligation, including pre-hearing discovery, settlement conferences, trial, and appeal.