Elliot D. Fladen

Special Counsel

Practice Areas

  • Civil Litigation

Elliot Fladen specializes in both prosecuting and defending complex litigation matters. Elliot’s practice is focused on handling cases for corporations, business entities, and individuals across various disputes including real estate matters, construction disputes, questions pertaining to the Colorado Open Meetings Act, and other issues of complex litigation. Elliot has successfully litigated numerous cases.

Elliot has been heavily involved in the drafting of past proposed legislation on topics ranging from Colorado’s Ethics laws to eminent domain and mineral rights. He has also been involved with drafting resolutions concerning racism and antisemitism. Elliot’s work has been featured in various publications including the Denver Post, the Denver Gazette, the Colorado Springs Gazette, the Colorado Independent, the Colorado Observer, and the Colorado Statesman.

A graduate of Stanford University Law School in 2005, Elliot Fladen earned Phi Beta Kappa honors from Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. Following law school, he clerked for the Honorable David Godbey of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. Elliot has since held positions in both the private sector and governmental entities, including the United States Department of Justice.


  • Stanford University Law School, 2005
  • Northwestern University
    • Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics

Bar Admissions

  • Colorado

Professional Memberships

  • Colorado Bar Association