TIMOTHY M. MOELLER, SHAREHOLDER
Tim Moeller has practiced community association law since 1999. Tim supports associations in such areas as collection of delinquent assessments and enforcement of covenant matters, which includes litigating covenant violation and collection cases, and bringing foreclosure and receivership actions. Tim has extensive experience in creating and amending governing documents, preparing opinions concerning the many different matters facing associations in Colorado, and drafting and reviewing contracts. Tim attends many association meetings and has counseled boards during difficult and sometimes contentious member and board meetings.
Tim has been accredited by the Community Associations Institute to provide ongoing education to managers. Tim has published articles in both the local and national publications for the Community Associations Institute and has served on the Editorial Committee for the local publication, Common Interests, as well as on the Programs and Education Committee. Tim currently serves on the Colorado Legislative Action Committee for the Community Association Institute. Tim is a frequent educational speaker for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Community Associations Institute. Tim has provided continuing legal education to attorneys on the topic of Condominium and Homeowners’ Associations.
Tim was born and raised in Tucson Arizona where his father, brother and uncle all practiced law. Tim received his Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in 1995. During law school at the University of Denver, Tim interned for the Honorable Deanna Hickman, Arapahoe County District Court Judge. Tim received his Juris Doctor degree in 1999, at which time he began practicing community association law. Tim joined David Graf to create a practice based solely on the needs of Colorado community associations.
DAVID J. GRAF, SHAREHOLDER
David Graf has practiced community association law exclusively since 2001. In this time, he has represented a wide range of communities throughout the State of Colorado. The majority of his practice involves interpreting and amending governing documents, advising associations on the corporate aspects of running a common interest community, and enforcing the terms of governing documents through court action. He has attended countless difficult and contentious board and member meetings on behalf of associations. David is one of the most sought after community association industry trainers and speakers in the United States. He is a national faculty member of the Community Associations Institute’s Professional Management Development Program and travels throughout the United States to facilitate multi-day corporate trainings for professional community managers. In 2015, he was named CAI’s National Educator of the Year. David has also lectured on various aspects of community association and corporate law throughout the country and has taught continuing legal education courses on the topic of “community association law” to attorneys several times.
David has been admitted to the College of Community Association Lawyers. Of the thousands of lawyers practicing community association law throughout the United States, fewer than 200 have been admitted to the College. David, together with Steven Weil, Esq. of Berding & Weil, LLP of Walnut Creek, California, won the first ever Best Manuscript Award from the College for the materials accompanying their presentation on national community association voting trends at the 2014 CAI National Law Seminar. David served on the Colorado Legislative Action Committee of CAI for many years, including as the co-chair of the committee. David currently serves as President-Elect of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of CAI.
David is a Connecticut native. He received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Boston University and a Juris Doctor, with honors, from the University of Connecticut School of Law. Coming to Colorado in 1995, David began work at a collection company and then moved to a law firm specializing in collections. After that, he was a commercial litigator for two years and spent over one hundred days per year in courts during this period. He then became associated with a corporate law firm, where his practice focused on the representation of developers, owners of commercial properties, and corporations of all types. He left that practice in 2001 as a partner in the firm to practice community association law.
K. CHRISTIAN WEBERT, ASSOCIATE
Christian Webert has practiced community association law exclusively since 2012, when he joined Moeller Graf. Christian has effectively handled numerous legal issues for community associations, including collecting unpaid assessments, enforcing protective covenants, drafting and negotiating contracts with vendors and governments, and advising boards on important issues affecting their associations. Notably, Christian successfully argued before the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado regarding post-petition assessments as they pertain to the surrender of property in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan. Christian has also successfully assisted associations in amending their governing documents, both through the votes of the owners as well as through a court petition process.
Christian began working in the area of collections and real estate in 2005, first as a paralegal and later as a law clerk. During this time, Christian collected hundreds of thousands of dollars for clients and gained a detailed understanding of all aspects of collections work.
Christian was born and raised in Colorado. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado – Boulder, in 2004. Christian received his Juris Doctor from the University of Denver, in 2011.
ERIC R. MCLENNAN, SENIOR COUNSEL
Eric McLennan has practiced in the areas of community association law since 2006 and collections since 2002. Having represented small and large single family developments and condominium associations throughout Colorado, he has been actively involved in all facets of the varied and complex issues that common interest communities face. Eric is well versed in the various strategies and procedures for the collection of assessments and the enforcement of restrictive covenants. As well, he has guided many governing boards through difficult election disputes and complexities surrounding the interpretation and amendment of governing documents. As an advocate for his clients and as a member of the Community Associations Institute, Eric has authored numerous opinion letters, newsletter articles and blog entries on a wide spectrum of community association issues, and has taught many seminars and webinars focusing on common interest community subject matter.
Eric is a California native. He received dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in History and Law & Society at the University of California Santa Barbara and went on to gain a Juris Doctor from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. After law school, Eric moved to Tennessee where he practiced at a small firm that represented construction companies, municipalities, utility districts and other private corporations, large and small. After a brief stint with the State of Tennessee Attorney General’s office, Eric moved to Colorado in 2002. He served as managing attorney for a high volume collection law firm before moving into the community association field.
BUJAR AHMETI, ASSOCIATE
Bujar Ahmeti began his legal career working in the area of community association law in 2009 as a law clerk for a small community association law firm in Denver, Colorado. Bujar originally joined Moeller Graf in 2011 where he counseled Colorado community associations in all aspects of their operations ranging from collection of unpaid assessments to attendance at association meetings. He has extensive experience in both transactional matters as well as in litigation pertaining to collection of assessments and enforcement of covenants. Bujar is experienced in amending governing documents, providing opinions to Boards on all facets of community governance, covenant enforcement, assisting with the review of real estate conveyance documents, and reviewing of various contracts between community associations and their vendors. From 2013 to 2017, Bujar was in Oklahoma working for the University of Oklahoma with the Office of Legal Counsel where he focused on ensuring the athletic department operated within NCAA rules and regulations. Bujar rejoined Moeller Graf in 2017 to continue representing community associations throughout Colorado.
Bujar was born in New Jersey, but primarily grew up in Dallas, Texas. In 2006, Bujar received a Bachelors of Business Administration in Finance from Southern Methodist University with a minor in Economics. Bujar graduated from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2010. He is licensed to practice law in the state of Colorado, the United States Federal Court for the District of Colorado, and the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado.
JONATHAN MITCHELL, ASSOCIATE
Jonathan Mitchell joined the Moeller Graf team after practicing Creditor’s Rights Law for two years. At his prior firm, Jonathan effectively managed high-volume litigation, collecting hundreds of thousands of dollars for his clients. He has also represented creditors recovering debts in probate court. His extensive experience in this field has given him a deep understanding of collection laws, including FDCPA compliance. Jonathan has participated in numerous negotiations, mediations, and trials.
Jonathan was raised in rural North Carolina. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2011. Jonathan received his Juris Doctor from Case Western Reserve University in 2015. After law school, Jonathan moved to Colorado to be closer to family.
ADAM BROWN, ASSOCIATE
Adam Brown has practiced community association law since 2015. Prior to joining Moeller Graf in 2018, Adam’s practice focused mostly on the transactional side of community association law. He has extensive experience advising associations in all areas of community association governance, including drafting and interpreting governing documents, reviewing and drafting contracts and real estate documents, and advising communities regarding compliance with applicable state and federal laws. Adam regularly attends Board meetings and homeowner meetings, and brings a practical, solutions-focused approach to counseling associations. Adam is able to successfully mediate what are sometimes high-conflict situations. Additionally, Adam provides education to community managers. He has presented courses for the Community Associations Institute (CAI) and has taught other courses accredited by the state to fulfill community manager licensing requirements. Adam has been published in Common Interests, a local publication for the Community Associations Institute.
Prior to practicing community association law, Adam practiced primarily in the area of mortgage lending compliance and was corporate counsel for a private mortgage lending firm in the Denver area.
Adam grew up in the Houston, Texas metro area. In 2007, Adam received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from Oklahoma Christian University. Later, Adam returned to Houston and attended South Texas College of Law, where he received his Juris Doctorate in 2011. Adam then relocated to Colorado to begin his legal career and became licensed to practice in Colorado in 2011.