Daniel DeLay represents clients in a broad range of litigation and arbitration matters, with a particular focus on the defense of licensed healthcare professionals in malpractice cases or disciplinary matters, commercial disputes, and employment matters. His exceptional critical thinking ability allows him to assist clients in finding effective solutions for complex legal issues.
Mr.DeLay has experience in all stages of litigation and arbitration, including:
- Discovery disputes
- Motions to dismiss
- Motions to compel arbitration
- Fact and expert witness depositions
- Arbitration hearings and appeals
While attending the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Mr.DeLay clerked at the firm’s Denver office. During his tenure at the University of Denver, he participated in the Civil Litigation Clinic representing indigent clients in housing and protective order issues. Mr.DeLay also had the honor to intern for the Honorable Judge David Richman of the Colorado Court of Appeals. Prior to attending law school, he was a Criminal Defense Investigator for the Colorado State Public Defender. In this position, he investigated a wide range of cases, including homicide, securities fraud, assault, and sexual assault.
Mr.DeLay is a Colorado native, growing up in Conifer. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, snowboarding, mountain biking, and watching the Denver Broncos
- University of Denver Sturm College of Law, J.D, 2018
- Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., Economics Management, 2010
- Colorado Bar Association
- Colorado Hispanic Bar Associate
- Colorado Hispanic Bar Association/Larry Manzanares Memorial Scholar, 2016
- Margarete E. Schmaltz Scholar, 2016
- Criminal Defense Investigator for the Colorado State Public Defender 2011-2015