About Tamara

Background and Experience

Tamara Pester’s practice focuses on business law, and she has particular interest and expertise in intellectual property law, technology law and software licensing, trademark search and registration, business contracts and agreements, and mergers and acquisitions. Ms. Pester also can provide legal advice and assistance with FDA laws and FTC compliance, including food and drug law labeling and marketing.

Tamara launched her Denver business law firm in 2006, after having gained experience as an associate at an established large firm in Atlanta, and as in-house legal counsel for several major corporations, including: SchlumbergerSema (formerly LHS Communication Systems, Inc., then Sema Group plc) in Atlanta, Georgia and Englewood, Colorado and First Data Corporation in Lone Tree, Colorado.


  • B.A. cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis (Major: history; minor: business administration)
  •  J.D., University of Denver College of Law
    • Law Review editorial staff member
    • Highest grades in legal research and writing, Intellectual Property, and Sales (Uniform Commerical Code Article 2)
  • Colorado - 1998
  • Georgia - 1999
  • New York - 2011
 Speaking Engagements
  • Trademarks 101: Branding Basics, for myLaw CLE, October 2015, Scottsdale, AZ.
  • Trademarks 102: Beyond Basics, for myLaw CLE, July 2016, Orlando, Florida.
  • Presentations to the Cherry Creek Chamber of Commerce, Denver Small Business Development Center, and other community and business organizations.
  • Review of Legal Resources, THE COLORADO LAWYER 36:6 (June 2007), 70.

  • Conducting a Legal Website Audit, ULTIMATE WEB DEVELOPER’S SOURCEBOOK (Keyes, ed., 2001).
  • Co-author with David Teske, Building a Legally Bulletproof Website, THE E-BUSINESS HANDBOOK (Warren, Gorham & Lamont, 2000).
  • Host Liability for Online Communities, ELECTRONIC COMMERCE ADVISOR, November/December 1999.


Tamara is an active member of the Denver legal and business community.  Currently, Tamara Pester is the only full-time attorney employed by the firm. The firm employs part-time law clerks who have excellent research and writing skills.  Tamara engages other professionals as the need arises, and is networked with a large group of local and national attorneys and law firms, so that clients always have access to the right legal expertise.

Tamara’s experience, both at a large law firm and as in-house legal counsel, uniquely enables her to ramp up quickly within an organization to provide seasoned, top-quality corporate counsel services. She understands the need to minimize legal risk, but also is keenly aware of the importance of getting deals done in a timely fashion.

Tamara is a Denver native, daughter of a C.P.A., and she is also the inventor of the Passover Bingo game, designed to make Passover seders more fun for kids and adults, so she understands the challenges and highlights experienced by small business owners and entrepreneurs.

To contact Tamara Pester, please call 303-385-8525 or e-mail info@tamarapester.com.


Colorado Businesses
Licensed to practice law in the state of Colorado, Georgia, and New York, Tamara Pester has an office in Cherry Creek and services business clients throughout the metro Denver area and Colorado, including downtown Denver, FivePoints, RiNo, the Highlands, LoHi, LoDo, Aurora, Centennial, Englewood, Lakewood, Golden, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Littleton, Broomfield, and Thornton. 

Georgia Businesses
Tamara Pester is also licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia, including Atlanta, Buckhead, Duluth, Marietta, Lawrenceville, Roswell, Suwanee, Alpharetta, Decatur, Dunwoody, Gainesville, and Sandy Springs.

New York Businesses

Tamara Pester also practices law in the state of New York.  She works frequently in midtown east and midtown west, SoHo, Chelsea, the Upper East side, the financial district, Queens, Brooklyn, and Long Island including Long Beach, Great Neck, and Southampton.

Articles and Chapters

Building a Legally Bulletproof Website, The E-Business Handbook, 2000, E1-1 - E1-10
Review of Legal Resources, Colorado Lawyer, June 2007, 70
Host Liability for Defamation in Online Communities, Electronic Commerce Advisor, November/December 1999, 21-27