Aaron Acker practices primarily in the areas of real estate litigation and transactions, construction litigation, and commercial litigation at Springer & Steinberg, P.C. He has a decade of legal experience and is committed to securing the best outcome for every client.
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- J.D., Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law, 2007
- B.A. (History), University of Pittsburgh, 2003
Aaron started his career with the Department of Regulatory Agencies, where he handled disciplinary matters against licensed real estate brokers, appraisers, and loan originators during the sub-prime mortgage crisis. Aaron served as Colorado's first HOA Information Officer and has been involved in legislative initiatives involving common-interest communities. After his time in public service, he entered private practice as a sole practitioner and Of Counsel at the law firm of Pelz & Associates, P.C. Aaron joined Springer and Steinberg in the summer of 2017.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Colorado, 2008
- Pennsylvania, 2010
- U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, 2010
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
- Colorado Bar Association
- Real Estate Section
- Denver Bar Association
- Mountain States Adjustments v. Cooke, -- P.3d - (Colo.App. 2016), 2016 WL 2957746
“As a third-generation lawyer, I developed a nose for the law at an early age. Having to hire a lawyer to enforce your rights or to defend yourself can be an intimidating and emotional process. The emotional component of each case is not lost on me and I strive to guide my clients through difficult situations by providing candid analysis and offering practical and pragmatic solutions. I have extensive experience in real estate, construction litigation, and administrative law matters. I enjoy that the law brings me in touch with people from all walks of life, with their own unique stories to tell. When not practicing law, I can often be found in the Colorado outdoors backcountry skiing and fly-fishing.” - Aaron Acker