Todd Weaver

Education

Todd A. Weaver received his juris doctorate from the University of Denver – Sturm College of Law and was admitted to practice law in Colorado in 2000. Mr. Weaver received his M.S. in Environmental Science from Indiana University and his B.S. in Natural Resources and Environmental Science from Purdue University.

Background

After graduating from law school, Mr. Weaver served as in-house counsel for a Colorado environmental consulting firm where he was also involved in the redevelopment of the former Stapleton International Airport and litigation surrounding the Summitville Mine Superfund Site. He then served as a state law clerk to Judge Paul Widick in the Seventh Judicial District of Minnesota and as a federal law clerk to Chief Judge William C. Lee and Magistrate Judge Roger Cosbey in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana.  He practiced with the Indiana Attorney General’s Office and was an associate attorney with a large Midwestern law firm and with a large Denver firm. Prior to joining Sanders Law Firm, Mr. Weaver was with a southwest Colorado County Attorney’s Office where he handled oil and gas matters, environmental issues, medical and recreational marijuana licensing along with other local government issues on behalf of the County, and then in private practice in Colorado Springs where he handled real estate and business matters.

Areas of Practice

Mr. Weaver represents clients in general civil litigation before state and federal courts, and in enforcement proceedings brought by federal, state and local administrative agencies.  He has represented clients in cases involving toxic torts, general torts, contract disputes, commercial and residential lease disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, as well as real estate matters including construction defects. Mr. Weaver’s transactional practice includes advising individuals and small businesses on business formations, corporate governance, contract and commercial lease negotiations as well as medical and retail marijuana licensing. He has also assisted individuals and small businesses on compliance with and permitting under state and local government regulations.

Leisure

In his free time, Mr. Weaver enjoys spending time skiing, hiking, camping and trail running in the Colorado backcountry. Mr. Weaver also serves as a Board Member on the El Paso County Park Advisory Board, which reviews and comments on items and proposals related to park department policies, philosophies and objectives, and makes formal recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners regarding El Paso County Regional Parks, Open Space and Trails.