Board of directors and general counsel, Burning Through Pages a non-profit organization providing literature, resources, and time to youth organizations.
Board of Directors, Sharing Connexion, helping non-profits by connecting them with donated space and seeking to provide affordable housing options to people in need.
John Daskam focuses his law practice on real estate and corporate law. His real estate practice includes purchases and sales, landlord-tenant matters, leasing, financing, development, and contract preparation and negotiation.
John’s corporate law practice encompasses the formation and maintenance of corporations, general and limited partnerships, and limited liability companies, debt and equity financing, mergers and acquisitions, and private placement of securities, including regulatory filings and preparation of private placement investment memoranda.
John believes in balancing the practice of law with significant involvement in local community organizations and an active outdoor personal life. He sits on the board of directors and is General Counsel for Burning Through Pages, a local non-profit fostering a community of avid readers and inspired thinkers by providing literature, resources, and time to youth organizations.
He is also on the board of directors of Sharing Connexion, which helps non-profit organizations bring their programming to the local community by connecting them to donated real-estate space and seeks to provide affordable housing options for those in need.
John enjoys playing golf and soccer and is a Colorado sports enthusiast. He and his wife Amanda are both Colorado natives and live in the Park Hill area of Denver.
He obtained his Juris Doctorate from the University of Colorado School of Law in Boulder and earned his bachelor’s degree in English and Philosophy, magna cum laude, from the University of Denver.
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