Gregory J. Notarianni is a shareholder and founding member of the firm Anderson Notarianni McMahon, LLC. In practice since 1985, he emphasizes all aspects of real property law, including the purchase, ownership, mortgaging, sale and conveyancing of real property. Mr. Notarianni regularly evaluates titles to real property, providing underwriting counsel to title insurance underwriters, and expert witness testimony relative to real property titles and title insurance matters. He litigates and otherwise resolves disputes involving title insurance coverage, escrows, real property titles, conveyancing, boundaries, liens, mechanic's liens, bankruptcy issues related to real property, and probate issues related to real property.
Mr. Notarianni authors George E. Reeves and Gregory J. Notarianni, Colorado Real Property Law, 3rd ed. (Colo. 2017) formerly published by Bradford Publishing but now published by CLE of Colorado. He is also the editor of Chapter 62 (Title Examination) and Chapter 63 (Title Insurance) in Krendl, Colorado Methods of Practice, published by Thompson West (2015). Mr. Notarianni is the author of Chapter 3 – Surveys - Colorado Real Estate Practice, and he teaches the corresponding survey course at the annual Colorado Real Property Practice Seminar.
Mr. Notarianni is a member of the Colorado Real Estate Title Standards Committee of the Colorado Bar Association and a member of the Forms Committee of the Colorado Bar Association. He also is a member of the Land Title Association of Colorado.
Mr. Notarianni earned his law degree at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska after earning a Bachelor’s degree in English at the University of Colorado (Boulder Campus). In his free time, he enjoys time in the Rocky Mountains experiencing all that the Rocky Mountains have to offer.