John "Jack" Wroldsen
Jack partners with clients to understand and advance each client’s unique mission and purpose. He especially celebrates the independent spirit of entrepreneurially-minded business leaders. Jack’s practice focuses on commercial contracts, intellectual property, new business creation, mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt financing, and companies’ complex relationships with their stakeholders. In view of his international background, Jack also represents foreign clients in the U.S., and U.S. clients with operations abroad, where cultural awareness (or Spanish language skills) are paramount.
After graduating magna cum laude from Duke Law School in 2006, Jack practiced in Denver with Hogan Lovells LLP and Rothgerber, Johnson & Lyons, LLP. He also was in-house corporate counsel for Global Healthcare Exchange, Inc. (GHX), a cloud-based software company based in Louisville, Colorado.
Jack’s passion for entrepreneurship led him to co-found a real estate investment firm and a crowdfunding website. Jack also trained law students to counsel micro-entrepreneurs and nonprofit organizations as a fellow at Denver University Sturm College of Law and was assistant professor of law and entrepreneurship at Oklahoma State University Spears School of Business.
Jack is boldly committed to his wife and three kids, discovering the secret of creative destructive innovation, understanding the way God works in different people’s lives (and his own), swimming (ideally in Lake Tahoe or a Norwegian fjord), hiking mountains and planting trees, investing presciently in real estate, and embracing the freedom and power of entrepreneurship and individual creativity.