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.
Making a difference in the communities where we live and work has been a part of the culture at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck since day one. Our people serve on nonprofit boards, make financial contributions, volunteer and provide pro bono legal and lobbying services. Our commitment to philanthropy is integral to our firm’s purpose and identity.
Mike provides representation before the Colorado legislative and executive branches for clients such as FedEx, Comcast, SAS, Colorado State University, Corrections Corporation of America and the Colorado Auto Dealers Association. At the federal level, he leads the Brownstein team providing representation for the City of Aurora, Colorado and Jefferson County, Colorado. Mike formerly co-chaired the firm’s national Government Relations Department.
Mike served in the Colorado State Senate from 1993 to 2001 and was selected by his caucus to serve as the Senate Minority Leader for seven of his eight years in office, from 1994 to 2001. As a member of the General Assembly's Executive Committee, Mike was responsible for policy and administrative oversight of the Colorado Legislature. During his last year in office, in a Rocky Mountain News survey of his Senate colleagues, Mike was chosen as the Senate's "Most Effective Member," a remarkable honor for a member of the minority party.
Mike is also a member of the firm's Litigation Group. Since his admission to the Colorado Bar in 1982, he has successfully tried cases at all levels of state and federal court. After receiving his Master of Laws in Taxation, Mike practiced in the tax department of a major national firm. Mike's current practice draws upon a diverse and unique experience. He meets client objectives by providing a full range of options through business, litigation and governmental strategies.
Mike has remained active in the public policy arena and has served in appointed state positions under Democratic and Republican administrations.
Mike Feeley Honored as Barrister’s Best 2014 Government Lawyer
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Attorneys Make List of Best Lawyers In America
Day at the Capitol-Colorado Film Incentives
Brownstein Attorneys Make the Best Lawyers in America List
New Employment Laws - How They Will Impact Employers
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Attorneys Named to “Best Lawyers In America”
Shareholder Mike Feeley Comments on City of Aurora's Congressional Boundaries
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Attorneys Named to "Best Lawyers in America"
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Attorneys Named "Best Lawyers in America"
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Names Adam Agron, Michael Feeley and Ana Lazo Tenzer as Department Chairs
Former Colorado Senator Michael Feeley Joins Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
Board Member, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Board Member, Planned Parenthood Votes Colorado
United States Marine Corps, 1971-1974
Colorado Legislative Session Wrap-Up
Brownstein Client Alert, May 26, 2015
Split Legislature Could Create Contentious Session
Co-Author, Law Week Colorado, January 14, 2015
Two Colorado Supreme Court Decisions Address Independent Contractor RelationshipsBrownstein Client Alert, June 2, 2014
Proposed Rules May Curtail Political Activities by Nonprofit OrganizationsBrownstein Client Alert, Dec. 3, 2013
Urban Renewal Once Again on Legislative AgendaBrownstein Client Alert, October 21, 2013
New Employment Laws - How They Will Impact EmployersBrownstein Client Alert, June 4, 2013
Client Update: U.S. Supreme Court Partially Overturns McCain-Feingold, Allowing Corporations, Labor Unions and Non-Profits to Make Limited Expenditures from General FundsBrownstein Client Update, January 25, 2010
5280 Top Lawyers, Government Relations, 2015
Best Lawyers in America, 2007-2015
Denver Government Relations Lawyer of the Year, Best Lawyers, 2014
2014 Barrister's Best Government Lawyer, Colorado Law Week
Colorado Bar Association
Denver Bar Association