Marc Patoile’s practice focuses on complex litigation, where he brings a law and business based education, which includes an M.B.A., and a diverse range of courtroom experience to these matters. Mr. Patoile has developed a regional reputation as a trial lawyer handing family law and criminal matters. He also practices in equine law matters and civil litigation. He has first-chaired over 100 trials to juries and the courts in domestic, criminal and civil matters. He has also served as a mediator and court-appointed special master, in addition to having a background in collaborative law, which affords him a unique perspective on settling complex matters.
Mr. Patoile is the past President of the Douglas-Elbert County Bar Association, where he also served as Vice-President and Treasurer. He has served on to the Colorado Board of Governors and serves as an alternate Municipal Court Judge. Mr. Patoile was the prosecuting attorney for several years in Monument, Colorado and has been a Special Prosecutor in Castle Rock and Greenwood Village, Colorado. He has been previously appointed by federal and local courts to handle a wide variety of trial matters. The firm was chosen as the Best of the Best 2007 and 2012 Law Practice and as the 2008-Douglas County’s Finest Attorneys. Mr. Patoile has been chosen as the Best of the Best 2009 Attorney, by the readers of the Douglas County News-Press and the Castle Rock News Press. Mr. Patoile is AV Peer-Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell and the firm is recognized in the Bar Registry of Preeminent Lawyers.