Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Co-Founder: Jeff Bojar

What Do I Do?

My legal practice at Snell & Wilmer, LLP is concentrated in business and finance, with emphasis on technology transfer, corporate, securities, and commercial transactions, including venture capital, real estate and all aspects of representing emerging growth companies. As a member of the United States Patent Bar, my practice also includes intellectual property prosecution and valuation. I have written and presented on issues related to patent law, venture capital and biotechnology law, as well as issues facing both entrepreneurs and large corporations. Scientific background includes research in molecular genetics and psychophysics. In addition, I am founder and president of Main Street Builders, LLC, a design-build firm that designs and constructs Built-Green homes in the South Main Development in Buena Vista, Colorado


  • Snell & Wilmer, LLP, Denver, CO, Associate
  • Rogers & Theobald, LLP, Phoenix, AZ, Associate
  • Arizona Technology Enterprises, LLC, Tempe, AZ
  • Special Consultant to the BioDesign Institute at ASU
  • Manager of the Technology Venture Clinic


  • JD, Marquette University Law School
  • MS, Medical College of Wisconsin, Biomedical Sciences
  • BS, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, Biology

Why do I spend my valuable time at BioBeers?

Life gets busy, Bio-Beers provides a regular opportunity to commune with friends that share similar addictions: passion for the biosciences, Colorado and entrepreneurship. I am confident that this group of young, although not as young as we used to be, bio-pioneers will push back the frontiers of bioscience in Colorado. I am honored to be involved.

My vision of the Colorado life science landscape 2008-2018

Colorado continues to attract young, motivated, talented bio researchers, managers and entrepreneurs. Almost every member of Bio-Beers is a transplant. This movement will only get stronger as the success stories grow and momentum builds upon the platform of Colorado's great research institutions and entrepreneurial culture. In addition, the bioscience industry, as well as the clean tech industry, provides the opportunity to work with technologies and ventures that may be commercially successful and make life better, longer and healthier. Bioscience will make an incredible run in the coming years and Colorado is poised to benefit to a great measure.

Say Cheese!

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