Ms. Ceccato focuses her practice on real estate litigation and eminent doma in law. Since becoming licensed in 2005, Ms. Ceccato has litigated cases in state and federal court involving many issues, including contract disputes, special districts, foreclosure, Bankruptcy, real estate fraud, and eminent domain. Ms. Ceccato enjoys working with both landowners and condemning authorities on complex real estate matters. Before moving to Colorado, she worked at Legal Services of Southern Piedmont in Charlotte, North Carolina for seven years.
Joel M. Spector’s practice emphasizes eminent domain, land use, and real estate litigation. Since entering private practice in 2005, Mr. Spector has been engaged in all stages of litigation concerning real property interests. In addition to working on eminent domain litigation in trial and appellate courts, Mr. Spector has written legal briefs and conducted oral arguments on property rights issues at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth and Tenth Circuits
Teri Petitt has practiced law in Colorado since 1987 specializing in water rights and real property law. Ms. Petitt has extensive experience in water rights litigation, including conditional and absolute water rights, transmountain water rights, changes of water rights, plans for augmentation, exchanges and well permitting issues. Teri Petitt’s water law practice involves representation of clients in water right transactions including title examinations, sales and purchases, and historical use analyses.
A Colorado native, Mr. Kruger joined Hamre, Rodriguez, Ostrander & Dingess, P.C. as Special Counsel in 2020 and works in the firm’s oil & gas, eminent domain, and real estate practices. Mr. Kruger graduated from the University of Colorado Law School in 2014, where he focused his legal studies on energy and natural resources, and received a Graduate Energy Certificate (a graduate-level diploma in energy science, technology, law, and policy).
Ms. Rubinstein’s practice focuses on eminent domain litigation and mediation. She rejoined Hamre, Rodriguez, Ostrander & Dingess, P.C., in 2020. She previously worked at the firm for 10 years doing primarily eminent domain litigation. She also offers mediation services in a variety of matters including: real estate, landlord/tenant, business, animals, family, commercial transactions, and neighborhood disputes.
Alyson Scott has practiced law in Colorado for 13 years with a focus on water rights and real property law. Ms. Scott has extensive experience in water rights litigation, including changes of water rights, applications for new water rights, plans for augmentation, exchanges, recharge projects, well permitting, and rulemakings. Her trial experience extends to trials before the Division One Water Court and various districts courts in Colorado...