Jeffrey H. Boxer

JEFFREY H. BOXER

Peakview Tower
6465 S. Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Ste. 650
Englewood, Colorado 80111
Telephone: 303-796-2900

Member: Martindale Hubbell

Mr. Boxer graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 2007. While there Mr. Boxer was a National Merit and a Missouri Bright Flight Scholar. Mr. Boxer returned to his native Colorado for law school, and received his Juris Doctorate from University of Colorado Law School in 2010. While at CU, Mr. Boxer was an extern at the Colorado Supreme Court- Office of Attorney Regulation.  After receiving his Juris Doctorate, Mr. Boxer served as a fellow for the Honorable Chief Judge Stephen Munsinger, in Colorado’s First Judicial District.

Mr. Boxer is a fourth-generation Coloradoan, whose family has actively participated in community service since their arrival. Mr. Boxer continues that tradition, and has a particular passion for teaching the next generation the value of giving back to the community.

Education
• Juris Doctor – University of Colorado Law School – Boulder, 2010
• Bachelor of Arts – Washington University in St. Louis, 2007

Professional Activities
• Admitted – Colorado
• Colorado Bar Association

Recent Success

  • Jury Trial Win – Jenkins

    Plaintiffs sought more than $785,000 at trial, plus interest and attorney fees. Marc Levy and Jami Maul won a complete defense verdict at trial.

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  • Defense Verdict at Trial – Sellars

    Heather Hackett won at trial. Plaintiff alleged negligence, negligence per se and sought various types of damages. However, the jury disagreed with plaintiff and returned a defense verdict. Following trial, the jury commended Ms. Hackett on her excellent trial skills.

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  • Summary Judgment – Bulinski

    June 2017 Bulinski v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Company, Civil Action 16-cv-02066-RPM, U.S. District Court, District of Colorado.  Plaintiffs filed claims for breach of contract, statutory unreasonable delay/denial and common law bad faith, seeking about $200,000 in property damage, plus a penalty of double damages, plus attorney fees and costs.  Plaintiffs also sought punitive damages.  The insurance claim arose when a giant boulder detached from a cliff face about…

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