Welcome to Waterlaw: Patrick | Miller | Noto

For over 30 years, PMN/Waterlaw has been a leading water rights law firm providing innovative solutions to our numerous and diverse clients who depend on water. We understand the critical need for water in various industries, including agriculture, municipal water, resort development, and various businesses, and we have expertise in litigation as well as out of court negotiation in order to find the best and most cost effective solutions for our client’s water related needs. When looking for a water lawyer it’s important to hire a water attorney and firm which only practices in the water field.

WaterLaw: Water For Resorts

Water For Resorts

Our firm obtains water resources and water quality permitting for ski area development, including snowmaking supplies...
WaterLaw: Water for energy Production

Water For Energy

Our firm is active in the representation of energy clients in the hydraulic fracturing field developing water supplies, delivery transactions...
WaterLaw: Water Resource Development Practice

Water Resource

This practice area involves the identification, analysis and implementation of a water resource plan to meet the clients’ anticipated needs....
WaterLaw: Regional Water Law

Municipal Water

Water development planning for the primary water development entity in the Dallas – Fort Worth metroplex, to meet the demands...

News and Events

Recreational, Piscatorial, and Aesthetic Uses of Water in Colorado

Scott Miller will also be speaking at the Colorado Water Law Conference on Recreational, Piscatorial, and Aesthetic Uses of Water in Colorado After St. Judes Co. v.Roaring Fork Club, LLC et al, a case he handled before the Colorado Supreme Court. Click here for more details.

2018 Colorado Water Law Conference

Kevin Patrick chaired the Annual Colorado Water Law Conference in Snowmass Village, CO June 8, 2018. He spoke on Waters of the United States: Colorado’s Tail Ditch Dilemma.

Colorado Bar Association/CLE Waterlaw 201 Program

Scott Miller spoke on a panel as part of the Colorado Bar Association/CLE Waterlaw 201 program on Friday, May 18, 2018. The title of Mr. Miller’s panel was “St. Jude’s: Is the Patron Saint of Desperate Cases and Lost Causes Listening?” The panel discussed the primary holding and controversial aspects of the Colorado Supreme Court’s […]


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