Saturday, June 6, 2020

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Attorney Warner recognized by Newsweek

Crested Butte’s Bobby Warner and the Warner Law Offices have been recognized as one of the country’s premier law firms for 2016 by Newsweek’s Legal Insight section.

Warner, his wife and three children live in Crested Butte and Bobby is on the board of the Crested Butte Snowsports Foundation. According to the article, “This dynamic and well-respected law firm, with offices in West Virginia and Colorado, provides experienced and effective legal services to clients across the country… Moreover, Warner Law Offices has a well-known reputation for giving back to the community, most notably through its Warner Gives Back initiative, booster seat program and Mr. Warner’s charitable youth foundation Beyond The Backyard, which promotes outdoor sports and keeping kids healthy to more than 20,000 members.”

Warner founded Warner Law Offices in Charleston, W. Va., in 2000.

CB’s Knox heading up new water division for national title company

Crested Butte’s Joe Knox has been appointed vice president of the water division for Alliant National Title Insurance Company. He brings more than 27 years of experience in researching, examining and closing water-related transactions. Knox is a pioneer of title insurance for water and is recognized as a leading authority on water ownership. His expertise includes water interests in 17 western states.

With Knox’s help, Alliant is opening a new water division dedicated solely to water ownership.

“We are excited to be protecting the ownership of water interests,” says Bob Grubb, Alliant National’s president and CEO. “A water interest is considered a real property interest whose owners benefit from title insurance as those who own land interests do. We look forward to educating both industry professionals and consumers, and providing security of their investment through title insurance.”

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