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Ronda Sandquist Named One of Denver Business Journal’s Top Women in Energy

Ronda Sandquist Named One of Denver Business Journal’s Top Women in Energy

The Denver Business Journal has named Brownstein's Ronda Sandquist as one of its 2017 Top Women in Energy honorees. The Denver Business Journal’s Top Women in Energy recognizes women whose position, knowledge or expertise helps guide the sector.

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Amy Steinfeld Named One of Pacific Coast Business Times’ Top 50 Women in Business

Amy Steinfeld Named One of Pacific Coast Business Times’ Top 50 Women in Business

Pacific Coast Business Times has named Brownstein’s Amy Steinfeld as one of its 2017 Top 50 Women in Business honorees and Editor’s Choice in the Professional Services category. This award recognizes outstanding female business leaders in the Tri-Counties.

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Brownstein Adds Three Policy Advisors to its Government Relations Department in Washington, D.C.

Brownstein Adds Three Policy Advisors to its Government Relations Department in Washington, D.C.

Brownstein is pleased to announce that Darien Flowers, Travis Norton and David Reid have joined the firm’s Government Relations Department as policy advisors and will be based in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. Brownstein is ranked No. 2 on the list of federal lobbying shops based on revenue.

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John McDermott Named One of Law Week Colorado’s 2017 Top Litigators

John McDermott Named One of Law Week Colorado’s 2017 Top Litigators

Law Week Colorado has named Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s John McDermott as one of its 2017 Top Litigator honorees. This award recognizes the leading trial attorneys in the state who had the biggest wins, and saves, in the courtroom last year.

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Jack Hyatt, 1941 - 2017

Jack Hyatt, 1941 - 2017

The Brownstein firm lost one of its founders, 75-year-old Jack Hyatt, March 11. Beyond that, Colorado and Denver lost one of their greatest sons, the legal industry lost one of its finest lawyers and the world lost one of its brightest lights. Jack was instrumental in leading the firm's commitment to the Denver community.

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Case Studies

Denver Serves as Model for Las Vegas Transit Projects

Leaders in Las Vegas’ public and private sectors visit Denver to experience first-hand what it takes to make investment in smart transit options a reality. More

Secured Second Year as No. 2 Federal Lobbying Firm

No matter what the type of organization, playing an active role in the political decision-making process and policy formation is no longer a luxury—it is an imperative. More

Melanoma Research Gets a Boost From Successful Lobbying

Brownstein’s policy team was a driving force behind the doubled funding for melanoma and other cancer research in the 2015 omnibus appropriations bill as well as the Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer through our team’s pro bono work with the Melanoma Research Alliance (MRA). More

Helping a Community Hospital Thrive

The sale of a distressed hospital takes an integrated team with the ability to pull together the right resources in a limited time frame. More

Creating a Path for Compensation on Behalf of the Former American Hostages in Tehran

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State Tourism Projects Get a Boost from Regional Tourism Act

Brownstein guided statewide effort to promote tourism in Colorado that resulted in a quarter-billion dollars of economic development projects throughout the state. More

Reinventing a Denver Icon

The $54 million transformation of Denver’s historic 120-year-old train station was accomplished through a complex and rapidly evolving public/private partnership. More

50 Golf Clubs: One Successful Transaction

ClubCorp’s purchase of Sequoia Golf and its inventory of 50 courses required quick work and careful planning to close such a large transaction in just eight weeks. More

SouthGlenn Mall Reborn as The Streets at SouthGlenn

Redevelopment involves a myriad of legal issues, from joint venture structuring to public and private financing. More

Securing Much-Needed Access to the Colorado River

After a 15-year effort to negotiate and litigate the 2003 Colorado River Quantification Settlement Agreement all of the remaining legal challenges to the landmark accord have been thrown out. More