Bill Kyriagis represents business and real estate clients in litigation, bankruptcy and land use matters. Bill’s litigation practice covers a broad spectrum of commercial litigation, though his clients are primarily concentrated in the real estate, development and finance industries. He frequently represents landlords in breach of lease and commercial eviction cases, and represents lenders in collection actions, including in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Colorado. Bill represents real estate developers in land use and development disputes, both public and private, and has handled multiple pieces of litigation centering around the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA). In the land use context, Bill counsels clients on a variety of local government issues, including posturing land use matters for potential litigation and pursuing claims when necessary.
Bill has also developed expertise regarding the issues faced by landlords and property owners related to Colorado’s medical marijuana industry, and issues surrounding Colorado’s decriminalization and regulation of the recreational use of marijuana by adults (Amendment 64). Bill has worked on a number of pro bono cases, including a successful First Amendment challenge to local government land use regulations, and assisting tenants in landlord/tenant disputes.
Bill currently serves on the firm’s Technology Committee. Bill also blogs at www.rockymountainrealestatelaw.com, where his posts include discussion of real estate-related litigation issues and the real estate implications of Colorado’s marijuana laws.