Mike Cross delivers for his clients. Whether it is a construction dispute, a breach of contract claim, or a claim for catastrophic injury, Mike works with his clients to create an aggressive litigation strategy based on the client’s specific needs. Mike understands the effect litigation can have on a business or individual. He zealously advocates for his clients while at the same time providing counsel regarding risks and strategy.
Mike attended Purdue University where he majored in Business Management and minored in Finance and Management Information Systems. After college, Mike attended Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis, receiving his Juris Doctor degree in 2006. Because he always wanted to live in Colorado, Mike transferred to The University of Denver School of Law for his final semester of law school and he has made his home in Colorado since. Mike spent most of his career working with the talented lawyers of Ogborn Mihm, LLP until he founded Cross Law, LLC in 2022.
Mike has been recognized as a Super Lawyer® in Colorado by Thompson Reuters. He is a member of the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, an exclusive organization whose membership is limited to those attorneys who have secured a verdict in excess of $1 million. Mike is also an active member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, an organization committed to the protection and advancement of individual rights.
Mike and his wife, Ali, spend their time chasing their two young children, Maylin and Bowen. Mike used to be an avid skier, mountaineer, and angler.
Email Mike: firstname.lastname@example.org
Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis, J.D. 2006
Purdue University, B.S., Business Management 2002
Colorado Supreme Court
U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
Arizona Supreme Court
Nebraska Supreme Court
Colorado Division of Real Estate
“Drawing Boundaries between Contract and Tort: The Evolution of Colorado’s Economic Loss
Rule,” 51 The Colorado Lawyer 26 (June 2022)
“Contract Performance during COVID-19: Force Majeure, Acts of God, and Impossibility of
Performance,” 49 The Colorado Lawyer 22 (July 2020)
“Contacts with Represented Parties and Their Current and Former Employees,” Lawyer’s
Professional Liability in Colorado, (2018 Ed.)
“The Contractor’s Trust Fund Statute – The Severe Penalties for Robbing Peter to Pay Paul,”
Trial Talk Vol. 66, Issue 5, Aug/Sept 2017
“Your Place or Mine? The Burden of Proving Collectability of an Underlying Judgment in a
Legal Malpractice Action,” 91 Denv. U. L. Rev. Online 53 (2014)