Dan Warden practices in complex commercial litigation. He devotes a significant portion of his practice to claims involving breach of non-compete or non-solicit agreements. He has represented employers seeking to enforce non-compete clauses as well as employees contesting such clauses. These claims have involved computer memory salesmen, stock brokers, temporary agencies, business executives, design companies, computer technicians, health care executives, physical therapists, physician assistants, nurses, veterinarians, dentists and physicians.

Mr. Warden also devotes a portion of his practice to claims involving the misappropriation of trade secrets, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and related claims.

Mr. Warden was a partner with one of the largest firms in the area, Faegre & Benson, before joining his current firm, Bond & Morris, P.C. He has received an “AV” peer review rating from Martindale Hubbell. An AV rating is the highest rating possible from Martindale Hubbell. It means that the lawyer’s peers in the local legal community, such as fellow lawyers and judges, consider his ability to be very high to preeminent.

Professional Associations

  • Denver Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • American Bar Association

Education

  • J. D. University of Colorado, 1983
  • B. A. Yale University, 1978

Bar Admissions

  • Colorado State Bar
  • Tenth Circuit Court of Appeal
  • United State Supreme Court