Todd Mackintosh graduated from the University of Denver School of Law in 1989. While attending the University of Denver, Todd was an editor and Business Editor of the University of Denver Law Review.
Upon graduation, Todd practiced as an associate at Brownstein Hyatt Farber & Madden (now Bronstein Hyatt Farber Schrek). He practiced in the civil litigation department, representing large real estate management companies as well as general business interests. In 1991, Todd began serving as a deputy district attorney for the 18th judicial district in Colorado. During the years he was with the 18th Judicial District, he tried over fifty jury trials, as well hundreds of motions and trials to the court .
Todd’s practice involves counsel concerning: (1) business matters, including the sale and acquisition of businesses, management and employment issues, and litigation of business disputes; (2) personal injury cases, involving all types of personal injury work for plaintiffs; (3) Wills and Trusts, including informal and formal probate of testate and intestate estates; and (4) all issues involving the self-storage industry, including limited-lines insurance; and (5) select criminal defense representation, both misdemeanor and felony offenses.
Having practiced law for twenty eight years, Todd has prosecuted, litigated, negotiated, defended and probated many different types of cases, both large and small. He handles each case with a personal approach, focusing on the specific needs of each client, and working in tandem with his clients to achieve the very best possible result.