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Jennifer A. Seidman

Jennifer A. Seidman

Of Counsel

Jennifer Seidman has represented homeowners, community associations, and other claimants in construction defect and defective building products cases for nearly two decades in both trial and appellate courts.  Her work includes cases involving structural failures and foundation movement, water intrusion and building envelope failures, building product defects, design professional errors, and other novel legal issues.

Ms. Seidman advocates for Colorado homeowners’ rights at the legislature and is regularly featured in news media as an expert on Colorado construction defect law.  She presents educational seminars and co-authors articles on important construction defect litigation issues.  She is admitted to practice before all Colorado courts and is a mediator.

Before joining the construction defect group in 2006, Ms. Seidman served as an Assistant Regional Director of a social justice and human rights nonprofit organization.  She lives in Littleton with two children and enjoys spending time outside in beautiful places.

Honors & Accolades

  • Selected to Best Lawyers® in America, 2021 – 2024
  • Barrister’s Choice for Best Construction Defects Lawyer for Plaintiffs, 2015

Bar Admissions

  • Colorado
  • Texas


  • University of Colorado School of Law, Boulder, 2004
    Rothgerber Fellowship in Contracts
    Courtland H Peterson Writing Award
    Mediator Training and Certification
    Law Review: University of Colorado Law Review, Comment Editor
  • Michigan State University, 1999

Publications & Media

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
  • Member, Arapahoe County Bar Association
  • Coordinating Editor for Torts and Insurance Law articles, The Colorado Lawyer
  • Board Member, The Colorado Lawyer
  • Past Co-Chair of Law Day Committee, Arapahoe County Bar Association

Lectures & Seminars

  • “Collecting Judgments in the Construction and Commercial Context.” Panel Member, CTLA’s BLOCKBUSTER 22, February 24, 2022