Ogborn Mihm LLP is a firm of seasoned trial lawyers based in Denver, Colorado. Founded by three former presidents of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, the firm focuses on high-stakes business and professional liability litigation likely to go to trial. Ogborn Mihm is one of the few law firms in the United States that specializes in representing plaintiffs in legal malpractice lawsuits. The firm has obtained some of the largest jury verdicts and settlements in legal malpractice cases in the United States. It is rated by U.S. News and World Report and The Best Lawyers in America as a Metropolitan Tier 1 firm in the field of plaintiff legal malpractice litigation.
When undertaking a client's cause, the firm's trial teams focus on working up the case to best prepare it for trial, but always with a goal of controlling costs and resolving the case to the client's satisfaction before trial if possible. To that end, the firm includes the client in the case planning at every step of the process. The firm's goal is to quickly respond to clients' questions and concerns and address their practical business needs. On significant cases, the firm uses trial consultants, jury focus groups and other cutting-edge trial techniques and technology to prepare the case for trial. Members of the firm serve as trial consultants and conduct jury research for other law firms.
The firm's clients are mostly entrepreneurs and closely-held businesses, however, its clients range from individuals to Fortune100 companies. Most of the firm's referrals come from other lawyers, with a significant portion of those referrals coming from clients' in-house counsel or outside general counsel. The firm serves clients in state and federal courts throughout the United States, with a significant portion of its cases in the Rocky Mountain west and Midwest.
Ogborn Mihm LLP is a member of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms, a highly-selective alliance of more than 190 top-rated, independent law firms located in more than 135 cities around the world.
While the firm represents many clients on a traditional hourly fee basis, the firm also represent a significant number of its business and individual clients on a contingent fee or hybrid contingent-hourly fee basis.