Leonard H. (Len) MacPhee

Co-Chair, Global Supply Network
Partner, Litigation
Denver
600 17th Street
Suite 2325S
Denver, Colorado 80202
t 720.437.2005 f 720.437.2205
lmacphee@gardere.com

Recognized, The Best Lawyers® in America
(Steven Naifeh & Gregory White Smith eds.,
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Leonard H. MacPhee Super Lawyers 2017

Len MacPhee, who serves as co-chair of the Firm's global supply network industry team and practices in the commercial litigation practice area, focuses on global and national supply network, franchise and distribution matters. He has extensive experience analyzing and advising clients on significant supply network matters, including on a pre-litigation basis and business strategies for the rollout of products and diverse distribution methods. He frequently litigates commercial issues and business disputes relating to supply network, distribution, trade secrets, trade dress, covenants not to compete and enforcement of trademark rights under both contracts and the Lanham Act. Len has extensive experience representing franchisors, suppliers, manufacturers and other businesses before state and federal trial and appellate courts, as well as arbitration panels, and in supply and distribution contact drafting and negotiation. 

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