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Ms. Hendon joined Montgomery Little & Soran as an attorney in 2019. Her practice currently focuses representing architects and engineers with issues related to construction, professional liability, and commercial litigation. Additionally, she is well-versed in complex construction defect and has represented owners, developers, general contractors, and subcontractors in cases involving construction on commercial, governmental, and residential sites. Ms. Hendon has successfully advocated for clients in convoluted cases and matters involving contracts of multiple commercial and governmental entities.

Ms. Hendon brings a unique understanding to her design and construction cases as prior to becoming an attorney, she worked for almost two decades as a civil engineer. She remains a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Colorado. Having been an active participant as an engineer on projects from the initial site design phase all the way through construction, she knows firsthand the issues that challenge parties throughout the design and construction of a project. Bringing such knowledge to the legal side aids Ms. Hendon in evaluating the situation from a technical and legal standpoint in order to strategize and appropriately advise clients.

Ms. Hendon is licensed to practice law in both Colorado and Wyoming. She is a Certified Floodplain Manager and is a staff editor for the American Water Works Association. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, rock collecting, and training for sprint triathlons (for fun).

University of Denver Sturm College of Law, May 2012

Colorado State University, May1995
M.S., Civil Engineering with Hydraulics Concentration

Colorado State University, May 1993
B.S., Civil Engineering and Technical Journalism – Technical and Specialized Concentration

50-state Survey of Firm Licensure Requirements for Architectural and Engineering Firms 1st Edition – Published January 2015; ABA Forum on Construction Law – Division 3 – Design; Co-author for Colorado Section

Court Report of: Kerbs v. Walck, 229 P.3d 974 (Wyo. 2010), Water Law Review Vol. 14, University of Denver, 2010

Symposium Note of: The Dormant Commerce Clause and Water Export: Open for Business or Suckers Beware? by Christine Klein, Water Law Review Symposium, Water Law Review Vol. 13, University of Denver, 2010

Comparison of 15-minute Versus Mean Daily Flow Duration Curves from the Yazoo Basin, MS, Colorado State University, 1995

Commercial Litigation
Contract Review
Construction Defect
Design Professionals – Architects & Engineers
Insurance Defense