Your Attorney

Meet Your Attorney, Edward “Ted” M. Bendelow

Ted Bendelow has practiced law as general counsel for 38 years, and he brings an exceptionally broad range of legal and business experience to bear for your individual attorney needs. Litigation counsel for the Denver, Boulder and Longmont area is but one of Ted’s specialties; Mr. Bendelow has successfully represented clients in areas as diverse as:

• Intellectual Property
• Real Estate
• Insurance
• Arbitration
• Contracts
• Construction Law

From litigation to real estate law in Boulder to real estate law in Denver, Longmont, and the northern reaches of Colorado, Ted has done it all and seen it all, and he is ready to put his experience to work for you.

Whether you are an individual, partnership, government organization, corporation, small business, or association, Ted prides himself on a personal, relatable approach. The ins and outs of the law can be intimidating and often overwhelming, but Ted cuts through the jargon and guides you through your case in plain English. Together, you’ll develop the winning strategy you deserve, a strategy that is simple and straightforward, no matter the apparent complexity of the situation.

The Bendelow Law Office is an ideal combination of the nimbleness of a boutique law office and the contacts and resources of a much larger law firm. As one of the premier business attorneys in Denver, Boulder and Longmont, Mr. Bendelow has worked with a wide variety of industries and cases. His many years of business experience provide a level of expertise that other firms simply cannot match, an expertise that is often crucial to navigate convoluted legal waters in order to achieve a successful outcome.

When it comes to Denver, Boulder, or Longmont legal services, you have a strong ally in Ted Bendelow and the Bendelow Law Office. Contact the Bendelow Law Office today to find out how Ted can assist you with your legal needs.

“What do I do? You name it. Contracts to complex litigation. Insurance coverage to trademarks. I have litigated cases in Florida, New York, Texas, Minnesota, California and Colorado. I have handled negotiations that went on for days with some of the major figures in American industry. I have been involved in deals from the very the beginning, in the middle when I took over for someone else or—too commonly—I’ve been asked to step in at the end when problems have arisen and there is panic in the air. In all cases, I’ve approached my job with tenacity, passion, and preparedness, and I’m going to do the same for my next client.”

–Ted M. Bendelow

1964, B.A., Wayne State University
1964-66, Member, U.S. Peace Corps
1968, MILR, Cornell University
1971, J.D., University of Denver
1972, M.P.A., University of Denver
1972, Admitted to bar; Colorado and U.S. District Court, District of Colorado
1973-77, State Representative, Colorado Legislature
1975-76, Adjunct Professor, University of Colorado Graduate School of Public

1978, U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit, 1999 8th Circuit and 11th Circuit
1978, U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals
1983, U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
1984, Licensed Real Estate Broker, Colorado.
1985, U.S. Court of Claims and U.S. Court of International Trade
2010, San Bernardino County California Superior Court

Legal Restrictions on Municipal Finance in Colorado, Urban Observatory Report, July 1972; Motorsports: Structure and Organization, The Sports Lawyer, Jan/Feb. 1992

Author and Lecturer
Negotiating Sports Event Contracts, presented to the 10th Anniversary International Sport Summit, 1988; Colorado Continuing Legal Education, 1993, and published in The Sports Lawyer, Spring and Summer, 1989 and The Licensing Journal, October 1989

Representing Motorsports Drivers and Promoters, Florida Bar Association, October 1990; RPM Promoters Workshops, 1990, 1991, 1992; Event Management, Sports Law Seminar, Continuing Legal Education, May 1995; Presented Trademarks: The Basics, and Introduction to Sports Law, Continuing Legal Education Seminar in Colorado, November 1997; Beating an Unjust Ticket, Motorcycle Consumer News, December 2000; Insurance: Deciphering your policy, Motorcycle Consumer News, October 2001. Civil Motions Practice, published by Bradford Press, 2006.

Colorado and Denver Bar Associations Special Agencies: Trademark Trial and Appeal Board; MacKenzie Honor Society Member

Colorado Super Lawyers 2006

Practice Areas
General Counsel; Civil and Commercial Litigation; Motorsports; Real Estate Law and Trademarks

Civic Activities
President, Mead area Chamber of Commerce 2011
Chairman, Mead Downtown Revitalization Committee 2011
Mead Rotary 2011
Board of Directors, Colorado Water Innovation Cluster 2011
Board of Directors, Colorado Motor Sport Hall of Fame 2011
Colorado Blizzards Snow Mobile Club 2011
Northern Colorado Trail Riders Association 2011
Volunteer, Channel Nine Health Fair 2011
Chairman, Mead Roubaix Bicycle Race 2011