is setting up shop in Denver.
Founder and Managing Attorney Tricia Meyer will time between Chicago and Denver and planning to hire Denver-based lawyers in 2014. The firm currently has four employees in all.
"I'm leveraging my practice in Chicago to grow here," she says.
Meyer founded the firm in 2010 and also is a serial entrepreneur who's started four other businesses, including a gift shop and a mobile app startup.
This experience is Meyer Law's differentiator, she says. "I'm an entrepreneur," she says. "By being an entrepreneur, it allows me to give more real-world advice."
She also touts a "transparent" billing progress featuring up-front estimates and regular updates.
"We work with businesses of all sizes, from a guy with an idea to IT departments at large corporations. We focus on tech. We're about 80 percent tech." She says Denver has "a great tech sector," highlighting Galvanize.
"What's not to like -- the weather is great, and the people are great," says Meyer of the city. She lived in Denver before starting her firm in Chicago.
Meyer Law officially launched during Denver Startup Weekend Sept. 13-15 where it offered $2,500 in legal fees to the winning team. Meyer will office at Thrive in LoDo.
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