Haddon, Morgan and Foreman Welcomes Four Talented Women Lawyers to the Team

HMF is thrilled to announce the hiring of four experienced and talented women lawyers: Dru Nielsen, Heather Hanneman, Delanie Grewe and Meredith O’Harris.  

After twenty-five years of practicing criminal defense in state and federal court, Dru Nielsen joins HMF as a shareholder.  Dru has established herself as a widely respected criminal defense attorney after successfully defending numerous individuals and companies in high-profile and high-stakes trials.  

Heather Hanneman, who has over thirty years of experience in complex civil litigation, representing clients in federal and state courts, arbitrations, mediations, and administrative proceedings, joins HMF as a shareholder. Her areas of practice include commercial contracts and other business disputes, securities and antitrust litigation, attorneys’ fees litigation, civil rights, unfair competition, trade secrets, professional licensure and regulatory investigations, corporate internal investigations, and appellate litigation.

Before joining Haddon, Morgan & Foreman, Delanie Grewe clerked for United States District Judge William J. Martinez of the District of Colorado. There, she gained extensive writing experience and familiarity with the mechanics of litigation.  Delanie’s focus at HMF is on civil litigation. 

Meredith O’Harris primarily handles criminal matters, bringing extensive experience in appellate practice to HMF.  After graduating with awards from the University of Michigan Law School, Meredith clerked for Alan. M. Loeb, Chief Judge of the Colorado Court of Appeals.  Prior to joining HMF, Meredith was a Senior Deputy Public Defender at the Appellate Division of the Colorado State Public Defender.