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Kevin grew up in Ocean City, Maryland. He attended Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree. Kevin went on to attend law school at the University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law in Richmond, Virginia, where he received his J.D., Cum Laude.

Prior to joining White and Steele, Kevin was a partner of a general practice litigation firm in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where he focused on representation of businesses and individuals in a wide variety of civil matters, with particular emphasis on providing his clients with effective guidance through litigation. Kevin has represented clients in significant and high-exposure matters across the country, including advising on such issues as recreational liability defense, personal injuries and wrongful death claims, premises liability, products liability, real property disputes, business litigation, construction defect claims, employment matters, and civil rights actions.

Kevin joined White and Steele as Of Counsel in April 2024, and continues his active litigation practice. Kevin regularly represents clients in all his practice areas. In connection with his defense of clients against recreational liability claims and his representation of clients within the ski industry, Kevin was accepted for membership into the Association of Ski Defense Attorneys in 2020 and was elected to serve on its Board of Directors in 2024.

Kevin has been named to “Super Lawyers” Rising Stars list from 2015-2024. Kevin was named to “America’s Top 100 Attorneys” in 2017.

Attorney Bio

John Lebsack has been a lawyer at White and Steele since his admission to the bar in 1979.  His practice comprises a wide variety of defense litigation, with an emphasis on appeals, coverage disputes, and professional liability.  John has argued appeals before the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, the Colorado Supreme Court, and the Colorado Court of Appeals. He has tried cases in state courts throughout the Front Range as well as Federal court in Denver. John advises lawyers on ethical issues, and serves as an expert witness on ethical and professional issues. For several years, John was an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado Law School and taught the required course on legal ethics and professionalism.

In 2003 John Lebsack received the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association’s annual award to a member of the defense bar “for the highest standards of competency, ethics and professionalism.”  He was a member of the Colorado Supreme Court Grievance Committee from 1995 to 1999 and was chair in 1998-1999.  He was chair of the Colorado Appellate Discipline Commission in 1999-2000.  He currently serves on the Colorado Supreme Court’s panel of hearing board members who decide attorney discipline cases.  In 2006-2007 John was chair of the Ethics Committee of the Colorado Bar Association.  From 2011 through 2017, John was a member of the Committee on Conduct, United States District Court for the District of Colorado, and served as chair of that committee in 2013-2014.  Since 2017, John has been a member of the Colorado Supreme Court Civil Rules Committee, which makes recommendations to the court about changes to the rules of procedure that govern all civil cases in the state. 

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Jenny A. Moore was born and raised in Northern Colorado. Her practice primarily focuses on insurance defense, providing carriers and employers with an efficient and aggressive defense. 

Jenny worked for the Colorado Judicial Department for twelve years, holding positions with the Colorado Supreme Court Library, Colorado Supreme Court, and the Office of the State Court Administrator. The varied and complex work of the Department provided Jenny with a rich background of legal experience related to appellate practice, legal research, rule promulgation, compliance, regulatory and statutory interpretation and implementation, and contracting issues. 

Prior to joining White and Steele, Jenny was an associate at a midsized firm in the Denver area, practicing primarily in workers compensation.

In her spare time, Jenny enjoys practicing Pilates, reading, and attending shows at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

Attorney Bio

Cati Shadakofsky assists her clients in understanding the legal and administrative processes, evaluating risk, and preparing strong defenses to claims asserted against them.  She focuses her practice in the areas of appellate advocacy, insurance coverage, insurance bad faith and breach-of-contract, and defense of professional liability and personal injury matters.

Before joining White and Steele, Cati earned her J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School, where she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Minnesota Journal of International Law.  She also clerked for the Honorable Matthew E. Johnson, John R. Rodenberg, Diane B. Bratvold, and Michael L. Kirk at the Minnesota Court of Appeals.

Cati earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Literature from the University of Wyoming.  She studied abroad in Malaga, Spain, and she interned on Capitol Hill for the late U.S. Senator Michael B. Enzi.   Outside the office, Cati enjoys hosting dinner parties, traveling to cheer on the Rockies in other ballparks across the country, and taking her husband and golden retriever on hikes in the foothills.

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