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Lawyer , Construction executive

Margaret B. McLean, Ukrainian lawyer, construction executive. Bar: Colorado 1992, District of Columbia 1994. Board directors World Trade Center, Denver, Colorado, 1998-1901, chairman, since 2005.

Background

McLean, Margaret B. was born on April 10, 1963 in Kiev, Ukraine.

Education

University of Arizona (Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, 1983). University of Colorado (Master of Business Administration, 1985). University of Michigan (Juris Doctor, cum laude, 1992).

Spoken languages: English, Russian and Ukrainian.

Career

Worked at Holme Roberts & Owen LLP (Denver, Colorado) specializing in General Civil Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Corporations, Real Estate, Securities, Intellectual Property, Natural Resources, Health Care, Tax and Estate Planning, Bankruptcy, Municipal and Finance, Environmental and Hazardous Waste Litigation, Labor and Employment, Banking, Water Rights, Telecommunications, International Business and International Tax. Admitted to the bar, 1992, Colorado.

1994, District of Columbia. Note Editor, Michigan Journal of Law Reform, 1991-1992. Chair, "Doing Business in Eastern Europe and the CIS Roundtable" at World Trade Center, Denver, Colorado, 1992-1993.

Author: "Market Transition through Defense Conversion: Ukrainian Opportunities," Politichna Dumka, August, 1993. "Russia and the NIS in the World Economy and Business Environment," Prager Publishers (Co-author, Ch. 8); "Shareholders Liability New Russian Law on Joint Stock Companies Sets the Standard," East West Executive Guide, February 1996.

Member of the Board: International Press Center, Moscow. First Voucher Investment Fund, Moscow. (Managing Partner, Moscow, Russia Office and Co-Managing Partner, London, England Office).

Overview: Holme Roberts & Owen LLP was founded in 1898, only 40 years after Denver's birth, by two experienced litigators whose primary clients were railroad and mining companies. Today the firm still represents such interests, among them Southern Pacific Railroad and Newmont Gold Company, but now its lawyers number 180 or more and its clients also include local and national leaders in such industries as telecommunications, banking, corporate finance, health care, electronics and oil and gas.

Achievements

  • Bar: Colorado 1992, District of Columbia 1994.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Martindale-Hubbell Law Digest on Russia, Michigan Journal of Law Reform, 1995-1997.

Membership

Board directors World Trade Center, Denver, Colorado, 1998-1901, chairman, since 2005.