Maria Oxman is a partner in the Real Estate Group at Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP. She focuses her practice on real estate law and has broad experience representing investors, developers, and large companies throughout the U.S. in a variety of real estate matters, including large scale renewable energy projects, leasing, acquisition, dispositions, and hospitality. Ms. Oxman’s expertise also involves assisting clients with the acquisition and management of real estate in connection with complex mergers and acquisitions.
In connection with her leasing practice, Ms. Oxman has extensive experience representing both landlords and tenants in the negotiation of industrial, office and retail leases. In addition, she regularly completes trainings for large companies to help them standardize their leasing practices.
In connection with her renewable energy practice, Ms. Oxman has represented clients developing major wind and solar projects, and helps them navigate title issues, access, easements, leases, and acquisitions and dispositions.
Ms. Oxman is a contributing author to the Colorado Real Estate Practice, one of CBA-CLE's most respected and widely used publications and is also an instructor for the related 13-week CLE course.
Ms. Oxman holds two law degrees and is admitted to practice law in Colorado and Guatemala. While earning her J.D. at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, she interned at the Colorado Supreme Court.
Since 2021, Ms. Oxman has been named among the “Ones to Watch” in the area of Real Estate Law by Best Lawyers, an annual guide by publisher Woodward/White Inc. In recognition of her achievements and potential, she has also been included as one of Colorado’s “Up and Coming Lawyers” for 2019 by Law Week Colorado.
In her free time, Ms. Oxman enjoys traveling and eating with her husband and two children. She also enjoys cooking, running, and biking, and skiing and hiking in Grand County, CO.
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