Tammy M. Alcock
Tammy Alcock is a trial attorney specializing in complex commercial litigation in both State and Federal Courts. She represents scores of residential and commercial common interest community associations handling everything from assessment collections, covenant enforcement, governing document preparation and general business advice. Ms. Alcock's practice also includes a broad range of civil litigation including real estate, title insurance, bad faith, judicial and Public Trustees’ foreclosures, receiverships, employment law, mechanic’s lien law, construction defects, commercial landlord-tenant and contract and business disputes. She represents individuals and companies, large and small.
Tammy has tried numerous cases, both to the court and to juries in a wide variety of cases including business and commercial disputes, mechanics liens and homeowner associations for both collections and covenant enforcement matters along with awards of attorney fees and costs. She has represented landlords in commercial landlord tenant disputes and evictions, and she has also represented business owners, partners, members and others in business entity disputes.
Tammy is licensed to practice law in Colorado, California, and Oklahoma and is also admitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit. She has authored numerous appeals. Tammy graduated from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley in 1991. Her publications include “Ecology Tankers” and The Oil Pollution Act of 1990: A History of Efforts to Require Double Hulls on Oil Tankers, 19 Ecology Law Quarterly 97 (1992); reprinted in Guruswamy, Weston, Palmer & Carlson, International Environmental Law and World Order, A Problem-Oriented Coursebook (1999).
Matthew L. Bouley