Kottke & Brantz, LLC, is a full-service law firm offering expertise in domestic (family) matters, business law, civil litigation, real estate, commercial banking, consumer protection, complex collections, estate planning, and much more.
Graham Fuller is an experienced civil law attorney in Boulder, Colorado who has argued cases as high as the Colorado Supreme Court. Graham moved to the Boulder area when he was 10 years old, leaving only to attend law school in New York City. He attended the University of Colorado, Boulder, where he obtained an undergraduate degree in Business Administration. He went on to attend Brooklyn Law School, where he acted as an Articles Editor for the Brooklyn Journal of Law and Policy, graduating cum laude in 2008. He has been named a SuperLawyers “Rising Star” in 2019 and 2020.
He was with Stone, Rosen & Fuller, P.C., beginning in 2008 when he graduated law school, first as a law clerk, then as an associate, and finally as a shareholder. He merged his practice with Kottke & Brantz in 2019. Graham enjoys working closely with clients to find results-oriented solutions to their legal issues, and often finds creative “outside the box” solutions other attorneys might ignore.
Graham works in a broad variety of civil practice areas, including litigation, appeals, real estate, collections, business formations, transactions, and consumer protection, among others. In January of 2013, Mr. Fuller had the honor of arguing the first case before the Colorado Supreme Court in the Court’s new location.
Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, New York
Juris Doctor, cum laude, June 2008
Honors: Articles Editor, Brooklyn Journal of Law and Policy
University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
B.S. in Business Administration, August 2005
Awards: Dean’s List; National Merit Scholarship; President’s Leadership Class Scholarship; Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honors Society
Weinstein v. Colborne Foodbotics, LLC, 302 P.3d 263 (Colo.2013).
Perea v. Tree Haus Metropolitan District, 2013 WL 980327 (Colo.App.2013).
Perea v. Tree Haus Metropolitan District, 2010 WL 5522972 (Colo.App.2010).
Currier v. Sutherland, 218 P.3d 709 (Colo.2009).
Contract attorney for Boulder County Legal Services. Prior to working as a contract attorney, frequently took cases from BCLS on a pro bono basis.
Prepared and presented a CLE, “What To Do After You Win: An Overview of Post-Judgment Practice and Procedure in Colorado.”
PERSONAL INTERESTS AND SKILLS
Family, Music (Piano, Trumpet, Singing, and Songwriting), Theater, Sports, Spanish (Basic).