Allison Altaras represents landowners, developers, and business clients of all sizes in a wide range of legal matters, including purchase and sale transactions, title and survey review, land use and development approvals, cost and revenue sharing agreements, private covenants, and leasing matters. Allison also handles due diligence on water rights associated with land transactions, water rights conveyancing, and negotiations with public and private water providers over land development issues.
Prior to joining Otten Johnson, Allison practiced water and environmental law, representing municipal, commercial, and industrial water users in the adjudication and protection of their water rights. Allison also served as an appellate law clerk for Hon. Gregory J. Hobbs, Jr. of the Colorado Supreme Court and interned with the Denver Board of Water Commissioners, the U.S. Department of Justice Environmental and Natural Resources Division, and the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute.
Allison currently serves on the firm's Marketing & BD Committee and Attorney Development Committee.