11:38 pm - Thursday December 14, 2017

“Cannabis Silicon Valley” or “Marijuana Gold Rush?” Colorado’s Amendment 64


Solutions-focused, motivated professional with a comprehensive background in law, economics, banking, and international trade litigation.  Motivates and energizes diverse cross-functional teams as a key resource, critical thinker, and out-of-the-box problem solver.  Highly versatile; quickly masters new roles, responsibilities, technologies, and environments.  Continuously pursues opportunities to learn and takes on challenges for further professional development and growth.  Fluent in Spanish.




Law • International Trade • Strategic Planning • Process Improvement • Economics • WIPO • WTO

Negotiations • Project Management • Business Development • Presentations• Compliance

Decision-Making • Relationship Building • Creative Problem Solving • Trade Policy


  •  International application of this treaty – Montreal Protocol: Policy and Legal Challenges and Responses.
  • Won the Skip Boyd Chase Human Rights Award for work done on enforcing International Treaty against Torture, CU Law School.


Law Office of  Titus D. Peterson, PC.  Denver, CO

Attorney (1995-2012)

Demonstrated strategic planning and organization skills in proficiently steering case projects from initiation and discovery through court trial, with an emphasis on contracts, wills, trusts, real estate, foreign transactions, and multi-district litigation.  Applied strong case management and negotiation abilities in evaluating cases, designing litigation strategies, defending/conducting depositions, and resolving cases through settlement, mediation, arbitration, and trials.

Selected Highlights:

  • Exhibited leadership and prioritizing abilities in performing a broad range of legal and firm management activities, including developing marketing campaigns, allocating annual budgets, and developing financial initiatives.
  • Proactively marketed services to generate client base and steer full-scope servicing.
  • Contributed strong knowledge of international relations and global legal issues toward managing cases involving foreign transactions, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Foreign Antiquities Act, and Mexican Real Estate Trusts.

TITUS D. PETERSON   (Titusdp@msn.com)


Chamber of the Americas, Denver, CO

Chairman (2009)

Launched, developed, and oversaw the Chamber’s “Harmonization Effort” in support of expanding regulatory and political transparency between industries and governmental sectors of the nations of the Western Hemisphere.  Actively teamed with Governor Owens and Bill Ritter and industry leaders to locations throughout Latin America.   Contributed strategic planning, prioritization, and project management skills toward consistently achieving critical deadlines while maintaining high quality standards.  Researched, drafted, and submitted foundation grant initiatives on compliance issues, tax matters, and other Hemispheric Chamber of Commerce issues.

Selected Highlights:

  • Proficiently prepared and presented a well-received Mexican President Zedillo of Mexico on behalf of Chamber business roundtable.
  • Spearheaded effective strategic planning sessions in Costa Rica and coordinated multiple briefings from the US State Department on green development initiatives and trade opportunities.
  • Demonstrated strong communication and leadership skills in effectively collaborating with President of the Inter American Development Bank and officials from the Organization of American States.
  • Facilitated successful outreach efforts to the North American Development Bank.

Chamber of the Americas, Denver, CO

Legal Counsel (2000-2008)

Successfully represented the Chamber of Americas in a diverse range of simple to complex legal issues surrounding board policies arising under Chamber’s Business.

Selected Highlights:

  • Proactively identified issues and implemented targeted solutions to maximize performance while cost-effectively controlling risk.

Career Note:  Additional experience as a Managing Attorney at the District Attorney’s Office, 5th Judicial District.


Master’s Degree Courses in International Law and EconomicsMILE Program (Master’s in International Law and Economics).  University of Berne and Neuchâtel, Berne Switzerland

  • Relevant Courses:  Unfair Trade Practices; GATTS; WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization); The Side Agreement on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures; The Comparative Use of Non-Tariff Barriers; WTO Ascension Process; National Exaustion

Juris Doctorate – University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

  • Emphasis on International Environmental Issues and Means to Address Them:  Law of the Sea, Montreal Protocol, Climate Change

BA in Government,Graduated with Honors – Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY


Colorado Lawyers Committee – DPS Restructuring and Closing Committee

Board Member – LARASA DENVER, 2009-2010

Chamber of the Americas, US Mexico Chamber of Commerce, 1995-2009

The Americas Executive Forum Luncheon



Chamber of the Americas

Chamber of the Americas Foundation

El Pomar Foundation

Grupo Cisneros Internacional (GCI)

Law Office of Titus Peterson

United Airlines

Wells Fargo


“Cannabis Silicon Valley” or “Marijuana Gold Rush?”  Colorado’s Amendment 64.

What do the opportunities look like for the business people of the Americas?

Featuring:  Titus Peterson, Attorney at Law, Denver, Colorado

When:            Wednesday, January 9, 2013, Time: 12:00–1:30 pm

Location:  The Palm Restaurant at the Westin Tabor Center, 1672 Lawrence Street,

Denver,  Colorado 80202

Please RSVP by completing the form below and email to:  gil@chamberoftheamericas.com

Participation fee:  Members:  $30.00, non-members:  $40.00.  Pay at the door:  $75.00; no shows will be billed.  Cancellation Policy:  24 hours before the event.  Advanced payment is appreciated.  Valet Parking is complementary.

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