Christopher (C.J.) Conant primarily represents Colorado real estate lenders, landlords and investors. While, Mr. Conant focuses his practice on assisting his clients through leases, transactions and workout situations, including foreclosures and bankruptcy litigation and administration, he has extensive experience in secured lending, fraudulent transfer law and bankruptcy law. As a result, he often find himself leveraging his vast experience and knowledge of secured lending, foreclosure and bankruptcy law to help navigate his investor clients through sophisticated real estate investment strategies and goals.
Given the now established legal marijuana industry in Colorado, Mr. Conant also has extensive experience in advising his landlord and lender clients through the complexities of leasing or lending to a marijuana establishment operator.
Mr. Conant has worked with Colorado Senate Committees and legislators on proposed changes to Colorado redemption and foreclosure legislation. Mr. Conant is licensed to practice law in Colorado and California and represents clients in numerous Western states including California, Nevada, Idaho, Montana and of course, Colorado.
Mr. Conant graduated second in his class from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 2006. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA in 2000.
Outside of practicing law, Mr. Conant volunteers in the Children’s Ministry at Flatirons Community Church and generally enjoys hanging out with his wife, 4 kids, 1 Great Pyrennes dog, 2 cats and 20+ chickens.
A representative sample of the litigation in which Mr. Conant has been involved can be found through the following citations.
- In re Sandrin, 536 B.R. 309 (Bankr. D. Colo. 2015)
- Samson v. Western Capital Partners LLC, 684 F.3d 865 (9th Cir. 2012)
- Montana v. Blixseth, 484 B.R. 360 (9th Cir. B.A.P. 2012)