LawOffices-0002Robert E. McGough

Attorney & Counselor at Law

I offer our clients twenty years of litigation experience, focusing on complex commercial, real estate, and construction litigation.

I am a trained mediator, have represented clients pro bono through Metro Volunteer Lawyers, and have served on the Board of Directors for Namlo International, Inc., a Denver-based 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that engages in educational and community development programs in Nepal and Nicaragua. When I am not working or volunteering, you can find me slopeside, climbing some hill on foot or by bike, or spending time with my lovely wife and daughter.

Media Coverage

City letters don’t solve affordable housing controversy

Denver scaled back its once-active oversight of affordable homes program — then discovered widespread violations

Denver affordable housing controversy: Mayor won’t say if homeowners could be forced to sell

There are Denver homeowners living in affordable houses they make too much money to qualify for, and the problem is more prevalent than you might think

Denver won’t force woman to sell affordable home, but more cases are surfacing

http://www.9news.com/article/news/local/next/lawyer-warns-against-denvers-olive-branch-on-affordable-housing/73-533659902

https://www.inman.com/2017/10/27/denver-mom-may-be-forced-to-sell-below-market/

Home Buyers Told To Resell Homes That Were Part Of Affordable Housing