Adrienne Fischer

BS, Communications – New York University
J.D. Legal Studies – Southwestern Law School
Bar Admissions: Colorado and California
Community Involvement:
  • FemCity Denver (Vice President)
  • Jefferson County Mediation Services (Mediator)

Small but scrappy. This description could be describing me or the small businesses and startups I represent. I’m a Denver based lawyer/mediator creating quality, accessible, and comprehensive legal solutions to help my clients reach their peak. I cut my teeth on employment law when I left law school. My career has grown in law firms and in-house. I’ve represented hundreds of small businesses, the most populous county in the United States, and an up and coming media company. I have mediated cases in some of the busiest courthouses in the U.S.  In my career, I have found I’m happiest when I’m helping startups and small businesses find solutions that are right for them. I’ve always been an entrepreneur at heart and after reading one too many books and listening to one too many podcasts I find myself in the same boat as my clients – building a business to take it to its full potential.

I’ve always dreamed big. That’s how I ended up at NYU with an undergraduate degree in Communications. During my time in New York, I interned for the first blind judge appointed to the federal bench. Before law school, I spent a year working for an entertainment law firm in Beverly Hills. Even when I was in law school,  I managed to find the time to intern with the TV litigation department at NBC Universal and complete a full time federal judicial externship in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. After graduating with honors from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, I spent the first few years gaining extensive experience litigating employment disputes ranging from wage and hour class actions to cases involving sexual harassment, disability, discrimination, and wrongful termination claims.  In addition, I worked on employment based immigration visas.

In 2012, I earned my mediation certificate and found joy helping clients settle cases outside the Courtroom. I love mediation because it is less expensive, more efficient, and often more effective than the court system. I hold an active bar license in Colorado and California.

I live in beautiful Denver, Colorado with my husband and our fun-loving dog. When I have the time, I enjoy hiking, skiing, and working on my book.

Katie Butler

BA, English and Spanish – University of Texas at Arlington
J.D. – University of Arkansas School of Law
Bar Admissions: Colorado, Texas, and Arkansas
Community Involvement:
  • Colorado Attorneys for the Arts, Volunteer Attorney


I worked in a writing lab while I was in college, tutoring students to form strong arguments and avoid plagiarism. The transition from teaching my classmates to develop and safeguard their written work to advocating for the businesses of entrepreneurs, small businesses, start ups, and creatives was easy. Just like drafting a paper, building a brand requires a framework for growth. I relish in providing my clients the transactional due diligence, intellectual property development and enforcement, and, when necessary, litigation support necessary for their businesses to thrive.

I came of age as in-house counsel for CrossFit, Inc., where I managed its relationships with licensees and expanded its intellectual property portfolio world-wide. I represent my clients in trademark office actions and cancellation proceedings at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. I am particularly adept at leveraging tools provided by and relationships with social media platforms to serve my clients’ needs. I have drafted and reviewed documents for formation, exit, and everything between for many businesses and non-profits. Recently, I’ve immersed myself in international, U.S., and state-specific privacy and security regulations to ensure my clients comply with that new and evolving body of law.
I’ve also had my fair share of success in the courtroom. I obtained preliminary injunctive relief on behalf of a mountain-town hotel barring defendant’s use of my client’s trademark. I facilitated the cancelation of an infringing trademark in Finland. I second-chaired a two-week long hearing that resulted in the vacation of an order to quiet title that had been enforced for 6 years due to claimants’ failure to provide proper notice to the interested parties.
I balance commitment to my vocation and polished professionalism with unapologetic, irreverent pursuit of adventure. When I’m not working for my clients, I am planning my next road-trip to a national park.

Eric Massof

Undergrad: Lewis & Clark College, Portland Oregon, BA, 2000.
Law School: University of Baltimore School of Law, JD, cum laude, 2008

Eric comes to Basecamp Legal after a successful 10-year career representing individuals and companies in a variety of civil legal matters.  A proven litigator, Eric takes a creative approach to each case to ensure the best results for his clients.  Eric began his legal career working for a Baltimore-based boutique law firm representing major automobile manufacturers in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., in both state and federal courts.  Over the years, Eric expanded his practice to include representing individuals, companies, and government agencies in several areas of law, including employment, real estate, land use, insurance, toxic tort, environmental, and appellate matters.  Eric is a graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he served as a production editor for the Law Review and graduated cum laude.  Outside the office, Eric is and avid skier, and spends his weekends working as a volunteer ski patroller at Loveland Ski Area or chasing powder in the backcountry. Eric spends his summers exploring Colorado through rock climbing, mountain biking, and fly-fishing.

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