Jennifer Knight Lang

Jennifer is a skilled litigator focusing on construction and real estate matters. She combines her knowledge of the real estate and construction industries to provide comprehensive representation for matters including contract rights and remedies, nonpayment actions, delay claims, lien and bond claims, and property rights issues. She works closely with her clients as a counselor and advisor to help navigate risk in contentious situations. She has experience litigating complex construction matters involving single and multifamily residential as well as commercial and industrial developments. Jennifer focuses on understanding your business and goals to aggressively advocate for you toward resolving disputes, whether in or out of the courtroom.

Prior to joining Moye White, Jennifer worked for a boutique law firm focusing on the construction industry and the Denver office of a national firm, where she defended insurers and corporate clients on various civil litigation matters. Jennifer clerked for the Honorable Judge John Dailey of the Colorado Court of Appeals.

Outside work, Jennifer enjoys skiing and hiking across Colorado and Wyoming, playing ice hockey, visiting family along the New England coast, and spending time with her husband, children, and border collie.


  • J.D., University of Colorado Law School
  • M.P.S., University of Denver, University College
  • B.A., University of Denver

Areas Of Practice

Experienced, forward-thinking advocates who go beyond the expected for clients in dispute prevention and resolution.


  • Best Lawyers® Ones to Watch: Commercial Litigation, Construction Law, and Insurance Law, 2023; Litigation – Construction and Litigation – Real Estate, 2023 – 2024
  • Colorado Super Lawyers Rising Star: Construction Litigation, 2024; Business Litigation, 2023

Articles and Presentations

  • Author, “Filing a Mechanic’s Lien: Understanding the Process,” Mile High CRE, September 2023
  • Co-Author, “Mechanic’s Lien Checklist (CO),” LexisNexis | Practical Guidance, March 2022
  • Co-Author, “Disappearing Data: Avoid Losing Electronic Information to Avoid Losing the Case,” Construction Executive, January 2022
  • Co-Presenter, “Commonly Litigated Site Civil Engineering Related Construction Defects,” CBA-CLE, February 2021

Professional and Community Affiliations

  • American Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Colorado Women’s Bar Association
  • Denver Bar Association
  • Advisory Board Member, The Numbers Holding Company


  • Colorado
  • United States District Court, District of Colorado
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit