Mr. Kramer’s practice emphasizes practical, creative and aggressive representation of clients in the
areas of commercial, real estate, construction, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy and domestic relations
litigation. He attended the University of Denver College of Law where he graduated as member of
the Order of St. Ives, was a member and editor of the Denver University Law Review, and received
awards of academic excellence in Criminal Law, Bankruptcy and Conflicts of Law.
Mr. Kramer has handled a variety of successful trials and appeals in state and federal courts. He
successfully represented a major client in a commercial litigaation matter involving the entrustment and sale of motor vehicles under Colorado’s Commercial Code and concerning the discharge of debts under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Subsequently, he successfully litigated the question of the dischargeability of claims in bankruptcy arising from the theft of construction funds under Colorado’s Trust Fund Statute.
Mr. Kramer is licensed to practice law in Colorado and Wyoming, and is a member of the Colorado and Wyoming Bar Associations. Mr. Kramer is a member of the Faculty of Federal Advocates, a public interest organization providing pro bono representation in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado. Mr. Kramer is an avid backcountry skier and bike rider.