About this office:
With nearly 450 attorneys in 15 offices, Holland & Hart LLP is the largest law firm based in the Rocky Mountain West. With offices in Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming and Washington D.C., we are able to serve clients regionally, nationally, and internationally. Our attorneys are committed to quality client service and combine local experience with firm-wide resources to provide knowledgeable legal advice to clients ranging from emerging businesses to Fortune 500 corporations.
Our practice is divided into three firm-wide departments: Business, Natural Resources, and Litigation. Each lawyer belongs to one or more groups aligned with the major industries we serve, including agricultural, aerospace, biotechnology, broadband communications, corporate compliance, construction, energy and electricity, government affairs, health care, hospitality, immigration, international, life science, manufacturing, mining, oil and gas, real estate, retail, recreation, technology, telecommunications, and many others.
Outside of our main practice areas, Holland & Hart's experience continues to grow with innovative in-house services including Persuasion Strategies, HHCMS, and the Holland & Hart Foundation. Persuasion Strategies, our graphics and trial consulting service, offers focus groups, mock trials, jury panel selection analysis, and state-of-the- art trial graphics including animation, virtual reality exhibits, and electronic courtroom presentations. HHCMS is a sophisticated internet-based compliance management system that helps companies minimize risk and maximize training value. The Holland & Hart Foundation celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2008 as a non-profit organization that strives to give back to the communities in which we live and work through various donations and volunteer activities.
For more information, visit www.hollandhart.com.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Affordable Housing; Air Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Antitrust; Appellate Practice; Banking Law; Finance; Bankruptcy; Biotechnology; Broadband Communication; Business Transactions; Casinos And Gambling; Class Actions; Climate Change; Commercial Litigation; Construction Law; Contracts; Copyrights; Corporate Finance; Corporate Governance; Compliance; Corporate Law; E-Commerce; Emerging Business Law; Employee Benefits; Endangered Species; Energy; Environmental Law; Erisa Litigation; Estate Planning; Estate Administration; Ethanol; Export Control; Franchise Law; Government Investigations; Health Care; Hospitals; Immigration Law; Import Control; Indian Law; Intellectual Property; Intellectual Property Audits; Intellectual Property Litigation; International Law; Labor And Employment; Legislative Practice; Litigation; Medical Malpractice; Mergers And Acquisitions; Divestitures; Mining Law; Mortgages; Natural Resources; Nutritional Supplements; Oil And Gas Law; Minerals; Outdoor; Patents; Personal Injury; Product Liability; Professional Liability; Public Land Law; Public Utility Law; Energy Regulation; Real Estate; Renewable Energy; Resorts; Regulatory Law; Securities; Ski; Space Law; Tax Law; Technology Law; Trade Regulation; Technology Transfers; Telecommunications Law; Torts; Insurance; Toxic Torts; Trade Secrets; Trademarks; Trusts And Estates; Utility Law; Venture Capital; Water Law; Wealth Transfer; White Collar Crime.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
FMLA Same-Sex Spouse Rule On Hold
Joanna R. Vilos, April 13, 2015
A federal judge in Texas has temporarily put on hold the new rule expanding the definition of “spouse” under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Set to go into effect today, the final rule changes recognition of same-sex and common law marriages from the state of residence to the...
"Spouse" for FMLA Purposes Depends Only on Legal Marriage - Same-Sex or Otherwise
Joanna R. Vilos, March 3, 2015
Recognition of a spouse for purposes of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) will no longer depend on the law of the state in which the employee resides. Effective March 27, 2015, the FMLA definition of spouse instead will look to the law of the place where the marriage was entered into. This...
Exempt Employee Salary Deductions for a Reduced Schedule
Bradley T. Cave, March 3, 2015
Classifying an employee as exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) comes with a trade-off. Most employers know that exempt employees are not entitled to overtime. But, in exchange for that benefit, the FLSA limits employers’ ability to reduce the exempt employee’s salary, even...
Year Established: 1947
Law Firm Affiliations: INTERNATIONAL LAWYERS NETWORK