Bar and Court Admissions
Will Hauptman represents clients in commercial litigation matters. He primarily represents lawyers and law firms against legal malpractice claims and in business tort cases. In a short time, he has gained valuable experience drafting dispositive motions and arguing motions in court and in arbitration proceedings. He also has experience drafting appellate briefs in state and federal court.
- Assisted with the drafting of a winning motion to dismiss $150 million malpractice claims brought in Nevada against an AmLaw 200 firm. The allegations involved the accuracy of an underlying tax opinion.
- Coordinated and won a motion to dismiss for approximately 20 defendants in a civil rights case against Colorado law enforcement officials. The defendants were represented by firms across Colorado.
Publications & Speaking Engagements
- Co-authored, "Practical Considerations for Rule 21 Proceedings in the Colorado Supreme Court," Denver Law Review (March 2019).
What Remains of the Exclusionary Rule?, 88 U. Colo L. Rev. Online (2017)
Dentons US LLP, Summer Associate
Legal Memberships, Activities, and Honors
Colorado Bar Association Ethics Committee, Member
Minoru Yasui Inn of Court, Program Committee Member
Colorado Bar Association, Member
Denver Bar Association, Member
American Bar Association, Member
University of Colorado Law Review, Vol. 88
“Outstanding Board Member”
University of Colorado Law School Student Bar Association
David M. Sutcliffe Distinguished Student Award Recipient, 2017
University of Colorado Law School Public Service Pledge
Most Hours of Pro Bono Work from the Class of 2017
Community Memberships, Activities, and Honors
Constitution Day Volunteer, Byron R. White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law
Scuba diving, cooking, reading & cheering on the Colorado Buffaloes