Craig has been an attorney for over 30 years. He graduated with High Honors from North Carolina State University with a B.S. in biochemistry. He received his law degree from Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. During his career he has been in private practice as well as a corporate and government attorney.
Craig started his legal career in 1985 as a law clerk for the Honorable James Turk, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia in Roanoke. He practiced civil litigation for a law firm in Charleston, West Virginia and then was a government litigator with the Securities and Exchange Commission for twelve years. He spent time as General Counsel to two companies in the Front Range and has been in private practice since 2008. He also has been a Special Assistant United States Attorney.
Craig practices in the areas of:
Craig is licensed to practice law in Colorado, Virginia (inactive) and West Virginia (inactive). He is also a FINRA arbitrator.
Craig is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, the Douglas/Elbert Bar Association and the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar.
Craig is an avid cyclist. He likes to ride centuries and double centuries. He has ridden the Triple Bypass (Evergreen to Eagle-Vail) numerous times, Seattle to Portland and LoTOJa (Logan, Utah to Jackson Hole, WY).
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Gayle has been an attorney since 1981. Originally from Missouri, Gayle
graduated cum laude from the University of Missouri – Columbia and received her law degree from Washington and Lee University School of Law in Virginia in 1980. She has been a Colorado attorney since 1993.
Her practice has covered a wide range of areas including civil rights matters, regulatory and administrative law, school issues, employment and other business matters. She has practiced in both state and federal courts at the trial and appellate levels. Gayle was a senior trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., and an assistant attorney general in West Virginia and Colorado. She has represented and guided Colorado regulatory boards such as the state mental health boards, the nursing board, and the nursing home administrator board, as well as private, nonprofit boards. She was a founder of a Douglas County charter school and a nonprofit preschool in Parker.
With her varied and extensive experience, Gayle is prepared to assist clients in many ways. She has been both an attorney and an administrator, so she can help clients plan ahead to avoid legal issues as well as represent clients after legal issues arise.
Gayle practices in the following areas:
Outside the office, Gayle may be found with her family or, camera in hand, taking pictures of birds and other wildlife, waterfalls and trees.
Gayle D. Fidler
Telephone: (720) 402-4807
We treat each case with care and consideration. No issue is too big or too small. If you have a legal problem, we can help you find a solution.
G. Craig Fidler
Telephone: (720) 402-4424