Brandon Hull practices civil litigation and general business law, with an emphasis on insurance defense, commercial litigation, construction defects, and product liability. He advises a wide mix of clients, including all construction trades and design professionals in construction and personal injury cases.

Brandon’s charismatic and efficient approach to litigation allows him to quickly identify solutions to his clients’ problems, and provide them with sound options in the face of seemingly intractable issues.  He considers it a privilege to take clients through litigation, from start to finish, in difficult cases and challenging circumstances.

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A partner at Overturf McGath & Hull, P.C., Brandon is also a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rated attorney.

Brandon practiced in Los Angeles, California before moving to Colorado in 1994 and starting the law firm of McPherson & Hull, P.C. Brandon was selected as the Colorado Bar Association’s Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year in 1999. He was Chair of the Young Lawyer’s Division of the Colorado Bar from 1997-1998. In law school at the University of Nebraska, Brandon was on the Moot Court Board, the National Moot Court Team, and was a member of the Order of the Barristers.

Brandon received his B.A. in 1985 from the University of Nebraska and his J.D. in 1988 from the University of Nebraska School of Law.

With over 25 years of experience litigating, negotiating, and trying cases in state and federal court and in arbitration, he is licensed to practice in the state and federal courts of Colorado, California, Nebraska, and Wyoming. Additionally, Brandon is admitted to practice in the Tenth Circuit and the Supreme Court of the United States.

University of Nebraska School of Law, 1988 J.D.
Moot Court Board, the National Moot Court Team, and Order of the Barristers

University of Nebraska, 1985 B.A.

Work Highlights


  • Successfully defended insurance company in $20M insurance bad faith case in federal court.
  • Successfully pursued and defended many cases in Colorado Court of Appeals and Colorado Supreme Court.

“Our surveying firm was recently represented by OMH in a substantial construction defect litigation case involving numerous professional service firms and contractors. We were most fortunate to have OMH assigned to us by our insurance carrier. Their attorneys were knowledgeable, diligent, timely, and most professional in every way. Equally important they were understanding, patient, and thoughtful about the stress we were experiencing with the judicial process. Our expertise and opinions regarding our profession were always given their due consideration. I would highly recommend OMH, and most particularly Kate Strauss and Brandon Hull.”

John, Professional Land Surveyor