5619 DTC Parkway, Suite 1100, Greenwood Village, Colo., 80111 (303) 861 4000

Gregory Sapakoff

Podoll & Podoll, P.C.
5619 DTC Pkwy, Suite 1100
(303) 861 4000 ext. 25
greg@podoll.net

Gregory G. Sapakoff, Senior Counsel

  • Practice Areas: Legal Ethics, Attorney Discipline, Civil Disputes Relating to Practice of Law, Civil and Commercial Litigation, Legal Malpractice.
  • Admitted: 1986, Colorado, U.S. District Court, District of Colorado and U.S. Court of Federal Claims; Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Law School: University of Denver, J.D., 1986
  • College: Colorado State University, B.A., 1983
  • Member: Denver and Colorado Bar Associations (Litigation, Attorney Regulation Policy Committee, and Ethics Committee), United States District Court Committee on Conduct (2006-2012).
  • Born: Portland, Oregon, September 1, 1961

Publications
  • Contributing Author/Editor, Ethics School Manual, Colorado Supreme Court, Office of Attorney Regulation (as revised 2000-2005).
  • Author, Developer Liability: Tort Claims; Express and Implied Warranties; Warranty Programs, Chapter 9A, Home Owner Associations and Planned Unit Developments (Matthew Bender & Co. 1999).
  • Author, Enforcing Restrictive Covenants, Chapter 8, Home Owner Associations and Planned Unit Developments (Matthew Bender & Co. 1997).
  • Author, Developer Liability: Tort Claims; Express and Implied Warranties; Warranty Programs, Chapter 9A, Home Owner Associations and Planned Unit Developments (Matthew Bender & Co 1995).
  • Co-Author, Construction Defects: Express and Implied Warranties and Other Theories of Liability, Chapter 25, Condominium Law and Practice (Matthew Bender & Co. 1994).
  • Co-Author, Insurance Coverage Disputes Between Community Associations and Their Liability Insurers, Common Interests, Vol. 11, No. 5 (May, 1992).
Partial Listing of Lectures or Presentations
  • October, 2003 - Guest Lecturer, Legal Ethics, University of Denver College of Law
  • January, 2000 - April, 2005 Ethics School-Regular lecturer at program presented several times per year by the Colorado Supreme Court Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel.
  • January, 2000 - July, 2005 Adjunct Instructor, Parks College, Paralegal Education Dept.-taught courses in Legal Ethics, Civil Procedure, Torts, and Contract Law.
  • October, 2005 - Ethics Revue-CLE Program presented jointly by the Law Club and the CBA Ethics Committee.
  • December, 2006 - New Ethics Revue, CLE Presentation, CLE in Colorado, Inc.
  • December 2007 - Consent and Confidentiality under Colorado's Revised Rules of Professional Conduct, CLE Presentation, CLE International
  • July 2008 - Conflicts of Interest, CLE Presentation, Colorado Defense Lawyers Association
  • December 2008 - Candor Toward the Tribunal, CLE Presentation, CLE International
  • December 2009 - Trust Accounts: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, CLE Presentation, CLE International
  • December 2010 - Candor Toward the Tribunal and Ethical Obligations: When False Information has been Provided to the Court, CLE Presentation, CLE in Colorado, Inc.
  • December 2010 - Common Ethical Issues in Elder Law, CLE Presentation, CLE in Colorado, Inc.
  • March 2011 - Ethics and Attorney's Fees, CLE Presentation, CLE in Colorado, Inc.
  • December 2011 - Some Common Issues in Business Entity Formation, CLE Presentation, Colorado Bar Association
  • October 2012 - Professionalism and Ethics, CLE Presentation, Larimer County Bar Association
  • November 2012 - Ethical Issues in Representing Lenders and Banks, CLE Presentation, CLE in Colorado, Inc.
  • August 2013 - Ethics in Marketing, CLE Presentation, Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
  • November 2013 - Ethics Revue, CLE Presentation, CLE in Colorado, Inc.
  • November 2014 - Ethical Use of the Internet in Marketing a Law Practice, CLE Presentation, CLE in Colorado, Inc.
  • November 2014 - Ethics Revue, CLE Presentation, CLE in Colorado, Inc.