Peter Biberstein Joins Sherman & Howard’s Litigation Practice Group

A headshot of litigator Peter Biberstein in a black suit and blue tie.
Peter Biberstein joins Sherman & Howard’s litigation practice group. / Photo courtesy of Sherman & Howard.

Sherman & Howard announced on June 10 the addition of litigator Peter Biberstein to the firm’s litigation practice group. 

From Washington, D.C., to Denver, Colorado, Biberstein has represented individuals in all stages of litigation, including commercial disputes, coverage disputes, general liability and other matters in state and federal courts. 

“Building trust with a client and taking the time to listen to what they need is what being a lawyer is all about,” Biberstein said in a press release. “From the start of a case to the end, I am preparing, investigating, and strategizing to ensure my client’s goals are met.” 

Prior to joining the firm, Biberstein served as in-house counsel for a mental health care coordination service, where he managed contracts, oversaw outside counsel, maintained IP portfolios, ensured compliance and supported sales, product, marketing and other teams. 

“Peter is a strong addition to our litigation team,” said Sherman & Howard member and litigation practice group co-lead Tamir Goldstein in a press release. “His extensive experience in trial law and passion for helping his clients makes him a great fit for our firm. We’re looking forward to collaborating with Peter on litigation matters and case strategies to achieve the best results for our clients.” 

“Sherman & Howard’s history of excellence and caliber of attorneys is what drew me to the firm,” said Biberstein. “I’m excited to grow into my practice and work with this incredible team of attorneys to shape the future of our clients and communities.” 

Biberstein received his Juris Doctor from the George Washington University Law School and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Kansas. He serves on the board of The Herd, Denver Zoo’s young professionals organization. 

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