Maureen E. Eldredge
Maureen joined HBC in 2006. Her corporate practice focuses on emerging and growing businesses, advising on choice of entity, business formation, strategic planning, contracts, negotiations, private financing, mergers and acquisitions, securities law compliance and corporate governance. Maureen's clients include businesses, owners, investors and entrepreneurs from a wide variety of industries. She also works with non-profit organizations on obtaining and maintaining tax-exempt status, corporate governance, bylaws, corporate policies, fiduciary duties and corporate structure.
Maureen complements her corporate practice by providing her clients with a number of immigration services. She assists corporate clients in obtaining temporary and permanent U.S. work visas, including labor certifications, as well as advising on the immigration impacts of mergers, acquisitions and reductions in force. Additionally she helps employers establish and maintain I-9 compliance procedures. As part of her immigration practice, Maureen also represents individuals seeking visas, permanent residency and other forms of immigration benefits.
Before joining the firm, Maureen was a civil litigator with Arnold and Porter, LLP, a large international law firm. Prior to becoming an attorney, Maureen was a lobbyist in Washington, DC for a number of non-profit organizations.
University of Colorado School of Law, J.D., 2004
Order of the Coif
University of Colorado Law School Law Review
University of Rhode Island, M.A., 1989
College of the Holy Cross, B.A., magna cum laude, 1987
Phi Beta Kappa
Bar Admissions / Clerkships
U.S. District Court, District of Colorado, 2004
Memberships / Awards
American Bar Association
Colorado Bar Association
Best Lawyers in America
Selected for Corporate Law, 2017-2020
Boulder County Bar Foundation
Vice President/Secretary, 2019
Boulder County Bar Association
Co-Chair, Business Section, 2011-2013
American Immigration Lawyers Association
First Place, Louis Jackson Memorial Student Writing Competition in Labor & Employment Law, 2004
John Knauss Sea Grant Fellowship