Victoria E. Edwards is Counsel practicing with the Financial Services and Construction industry groups, focusing primarily on litigation. She practices out of the Firm's office in Denver, Colorado.
If it's litigation you're faced with, Victoria has you covered. She is a skilled general business attorney and litigation attorney with over 18 years of experience litigating for and advising large banking and financial institutions, insurance/oil & gas/mining companies, construction companies, and various small businesses on complex business matters, including business torts, contract formation and interpretation, novel bankruptcy issues, construction defect issues, and residential latent defect issues.Victoria’s extensive litigation background includes general litigation, commercial litigation, complex civil litigation, correspondent lender bankruptcy litigation, breach of contract litigation, employment litigation, construction defect litigation, business tort litigation, and insurance litigation. Victoria has successfully represented numerous mortgage loan servicers, investors, and originators in litigation concerning loan servicers and securitization trustees standing to foreclose, the Truth in Lending Act, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, state fair lending, collection, and deceptive trade practice and privacy laws. She has also successfully represented residential home investors, construction-related companies, and other small business owners and entrepreneurs in breach of contract, construction defect, residential latent defect, and business tort litigation.
With this substantial experience, Victoria now works with small- to medium-sized businesses and entrepreneurs to anticipate potential issues with their business matters. She not only drafts their business contracts, but also advises clients on pre-litigation formation and contractual matters, and counsels businesses on potential deals, analyzing whether a transaction is a sound investment.
When litigation ensues, she can efficiently and effectively initiate and manage commercial and civil liability disputes concerning business contracts, commercial law matters, breach of contract and business torts, unfair competition/unfair business practices/defamation issues, and construction defect and latent defect issues.