Joe Whitcomb is the founder and president of Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC (WSM). In addition, he manages the firm and heads up the Government Procurement and International Business Transactions Law sections.  As a result of his military service as a U.S. Army Ranger and as a non-commissioned officer in the Air Force, he learned mission accomplishment.  While serving in the Air Force, he earned his Bachelor’s in Social Sciences and a Master’s in International Relations.  His Master’s emphasis was on National Security and International Political Economics.  After his military career, Joe attended law school at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law...

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Brandon Selinsky Shareholder

Brandon Selinsky counsels breweries and other business clients on trademark prosecution and defense in front of the USPTO and TTAB. Most recently, he fended off a major university’s attack on an independent artist’s trademark. He also represents service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses (SDVOSB) in government procurement matters, including bid protests, contract disputes, and appellate advocacy. In addition to trademarks, Brandon specializes in beer and spirits law more broadly, including TTB compliance, licensing/permitting, and other regulatory issues. Prior to joining WSM, Brandon litigated subrogation claims for major insurance companies, including America...

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Ken Enright Veterans Benefits Attorney

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 v...

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Andrew Newell Commercial Litigator

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. In private practice from 2002-2...

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Wayne White specializes in Space law and government contracting

Wayne White, Senior Attorney at Whitcomb, Selinsky PC, is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and the Air Force Reserves.  He has over 30 years of experience in law and government contracts.  Mr. White has a certificate in government contracts management from UCLA, a program that was jointly sponsored by the National Contract Management Association.  After receiving this certificate, Mr. White was selected from over 500 attorney candidates to serve as Associate Campus Counsel in the UCLA Capital Programs/Contracts office.  He was subsequently promoted and became a member of the University of California General Counsel’s Office, representing the University in publicly-bid cons...

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Tim Turner focuses on government contracting and workplace safety

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 investigati...

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Rene Ugarte

Rene Ugarte has a passion for helping underserved individuals. She represents Social Security disability claimants and is part of our criminal defense team. Rene attended the University of Kansas School of law, where she was a staff editor for the Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy. She also participated in the Project for Innocence and Post-Conviction Remedies. As part of that program, Rene drafted a criminal appeal that was granted by the Kansas Supreme Court in 2013. While in school, she interned at Legal Aid of Western Missouri and the Missouri State Public Defender (MSPD). She continued to pursue criminal work after graduation with MSPD’s trial office in Libe...

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LaQunya Baker an excellent Criminal Defense Lawyer

LaQunya Baker is member of the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar, and prior to working with WS PC, she practiced in the First Judicial District as a Deputy State Public Defender. As a public defender, LaQunya handled hundreds of criminal cases to include misdemeanor, traffic, and felony cases. In addition to general district and county court criminal cases, LaQunya was also a defense attorney in the Jefferson County Specialty Courts, which include, Recovery Court, Veteran’s Court, and Mental Health Court. LaQunya directly worked with the Recovery Court program on a weekly basis to represent clients who were struggling and ...

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jon Perrone government contracts attorney

Jonathan Perrone is a savvy attorney who consistently places his laser-like focus on helping government contractors in need, veterans facing complex disability issues, and those involved in general civil litigation matters in Colorado state courts. Jon is licensed to practice law in Colorado and at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims; he is also an accredited attorney with the Department of Veteran Affairs. After being honorably discharged from the Air Force in 2009, Jon worked for a Canada-based consulting firm on defense and intelligence contracts for the Federal Government. There, he gained valuable experience in the field of government contracting and traveled extensively to U....

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Mike Milazzo patent, government contracting, litigation attorney

Michael Milazzo has a number of strong suits when it comes to practicing law, namely civil litigation, government contracting and intellectual property. His extensive experience includes work for a fast-paced litigation law firm that focused on construction defects, insurance defense, commercial litigation and products liability. He was also the Managing Director for a government contractor that specialized in medical and survival equipment. Michael grew up in northern New England and received his B. Sc. (cum laude) In biology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, with a focus on plant physiology. As an underg...

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Kimberly Craven Indian Law Attorney

Kimberly Craven is a passionate, highly-motivated Indian law and policy expert who has a wealth of experience when it comes to assisting Tribal peoples to protect their rights, save their homelands and dramatically improve their standards of living. In particular, she has in-depth expertise in issues that have proven to have a significant impact on that critical government-to-government relationship. Her sage counsel has been sought by the Eastern Shoshone Tribe in Wyoming, the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe in Colorado, the Oglala Sioux Tribal Court in South Dakota as well as the Hopi Tribe in Arizona. Kimberly served as the Executive Director for the Governor’s Office of Indian...

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Dani Tripolli environmental law

Daniela Tarolli offers a compelling combination of compassion, intelligence and tenacity, which serves her and her clients well since her focus is on the intricacies of environmental law and helping resolve complex government contracting issues. At Vermont Law School, where she earned her Juris Doctor degree, she was a member of the Environmental Law Society and also was the staff editor for the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law. Prior to that, she penned reflective legal papers on environmental impacts and the surrounding legal issues for CMBG3 Law in Boston. Paving her way to practice in the government contracting realm where oftentimes smaller firms are battl...

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