Ike M. Eckert


Ike Eckert is an experienced litigator with an emphasis on complex commercial and construction disputes. Mr. Eckert has represented a broad range of construction professionals during the course of his career, including owners/developers, general contractors, subcontractors, architects, and engineers in state and federal court and arbitration. Mr. Eckert has also represented engineering and design professionals for professional liability before licensing boards. In addition to commercial and construction litigation, Mr. Eckert’s practice spans into general insurance defense, including general contract disputes, personal injury defense, automobile accidents, premises liability, toxic torts, and governmental entity defense.

His valuable and unique perspective on law, influenced by his background as a legislative aide in the Nebraska State Legislature, allows him to appreciate the nuances present in laws, ordinances, and codes. This perspective helps him advise clients accordingly with pragmatic and economical solutions.  Mr. Eckert prides himself on his ability to quickly evaluate complex legal solutions and provide clients with results that minimize a client’s legal costs and time in the often drawn-out litigation process.

Mr. Eckert currently serves as Legislative Director for the Colorado Defense Lawyers Association and is on the Attorney Advisory Panel of the Colorado Civil Justice League.

Bar Admissions

  • Colorado, 2007
  • Nebraska, 2012
  • U.S. District Court, District of Colorado


Denver Office
1001 17th Street
Suite 300
Denver, CO 80202


JD: William Mitchell College of Law, 2007
BS: University of Nebraska, 2002, Finance, with high distinction



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Professional Associations
  • Colorado Defense Lawyers Association
    • Legislative Director, 2021-present
    • Legislative Committee
  • Colorado Civil Justice League
    • Attorney Advisory Panel, 2017-present
  • Claims and Litigation Management Alliance
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Denver Bar Association
  • Nebraska Bar Association