Colby has rejoined Jones Waldo as a litigator and business attorney who draws on his personal experience as an executive and business owner to advise clients on a variety of legal strategies. Colby customizes his legal counsel to challenges for both small and large clients, start-up or seasoned, and can work with creative billing arrangement for limited legal budgets. As a solutions based practitioner, Colby partners with clients to meet their unique business or litigation needs, including corporate formation to restructuring, venture to structured financing, property and asset creation to protection, and all manner of software and technology matters and disputes.
Colby has represented clients in a wide variety of complex business transactions and litigation, specifically in bench and jury trials, mediations, arbitrations, and appeals. These disputes have included securities, reorganizations, work-outs, privacy, licensing, contract, real estate and land use, shareholder control, fiduciary duty and product liability issues.
Prior to his return to Jones Waldo, Colby was an executive and general counsel for an analytics software start-up as well as an e-commerce fulfillment company. Colby began his legal career at Ballard Spahr after receiving his Juris Doctorate from the J. Rueben Clark Law School where he was the Lead Note & Comment Editor for the BYU Law Review.
J. Rueben Clark Law School
Lead note and comment editor, BYU Law Review