Sweetbaum Sands Ramming PC
Brad Ramming, B.S. University of Oklahoma, J.D. Oklahoma City University (1992). Mr. Ramming is rated "AV® Preeminent 5.0 out of 5" by the Martindale-Hubbell. Mr. Ramming practices in the firm’s litigation department. The primary focus of Mr. Ramming’s practice is related to the defense of builders, developers, contractors, subcontractors and design professionals including architects and engineers in construction related lawsuits. The matters Mr. Ramming assists clients with include construction issues related to every type of structure, commercial, residential, industrial and mixed-use. Mr. Ramming has been lead counsel on a number of Colorado’s largest multi-family construction defect trials. In addition, Mr. Ramming also assists business and individual clients in prosecuting construction related claims. Mr. Ramming has arbitrated and tried cases involving priority and foreclosure of mechanic’s liens, actions against landowners, single and multi-family construction defects, commercial construction contract disputes and insurance bad faith. Mr. Ramming is regularly involved as lead counsel on Colorado’s largest construction defect lawsuits. He has also acted as lead and co-counsel on numerous jury and court trials as well as many arbitrations under the auspices of the American Arbitration Association and the National Association of Securities Dealers. Mr. Ramming is a member of the Construction Section of the Colorado Bar Association. In law school Mr. Ramming was a member of the Moot Court Trial Advocacy team and Moot Court Board of Governors. He continues to work with young adults by regularly participating as a panelist in state sponsored Moot Court competitions. He was selected for inclusion in “Super Lawyers” by Law and Politics magazine in 2010 and 2013-2016. He has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© commencing 2017 in the area of Litigation - Construction. Mr. Ramming has also been published in the Colorado Lawyer. Mr. Ramming regularly participates as a lecturer at construction law conferences, both in Colorado and in other areas of the Country, and has spoken at conferences sponsored by various organizations including the American Bar Association and the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.