Robert V. Wren

Areas of Practice

Presentations and Trainings

  • Hosts regular webinars regarding General Insurance defense for Ritsema clients and industry personnel
  • Presents regularly at Ritsema Annual Seminar
  • Published in Colorado Lawyer; “Statutory Employment – What Kind of Work is That?” 2016


Bachelors – University of Wisconsin 2001

JD – Lewis & Clark Law School 2004

States Practicing In


Bobby joined Ritsema Law in 2008 and was named a partner of the firm in 2017. He practices general liability defense, workers’ compensation defense, and third-party subrogation, and heads the firm’s General Liability section. Bobby regularly represents large school districts, ski areas and operators, and large self-insured employers in both Colorado and Arizona, assisting them in resolving their liability and workers’ compensation matters efficiently, whether through litigation or alternative resolution. He has given numerous lectures, training seminars, and presentations concerning the intersection of general liability defense, workers’ compensation, and third-party subrogation, helping clients understand how a unified approach can be beneficial in reducing their risk and legal exposure. His writing on the subject has been published in the Colorado Lawyer, the Colorado Bar Association’s publication.

Before coming to the firm, Bobby practiced as a general litigation attorney with a large Denver firm where he handled employment law and general civil litigation. Before moving to Colorado, Bobby worked as a litigation support attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., as part of the Indian Tribal Trust litigation, where he gained valuable experience in large-scale and complex civil litigation.

Bobby received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison in 2001. He received his law degree in 2004 from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. Mr. Wren is licensed and practicing in Arizona and Colorado.