The law firm of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck is pleased to announce its new department chairs for 2010: Adam J. Agron, corporate and business department; Michael F. Feeley, government relations group; and Ana Lazo Tenzer, real estate group. All of Brownstein’s new 2010 department chairs work in the firm’s Denver office.
"As department chairs, Adam, Ana and Michael will play an important role in shaping Brownstein’s growth and future successes," said Bruce James, managing partner and CEO.
Agron is a shareholder in Brownstein’s corporate and business department. He represents private and public companies, investment banks, private equity and venture capital funds, sponsors and entrepreneurs in a diverse set of transactions. These transactions include securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity financings, leveraged and management buy-out transactions and corporate restructurings. Agron will co-chair Brownstein’s corporate and business department along side shareholder Kevin Cudney.
A shareholder in Brownstein’s government relations and litigation groups, Feeley coordinates the firm’s lobbying and public policy work in multiple states and integrates the state work with the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He provides representation before the legislative and executive branches for clients such as Comcast, Xcel Energy, FedEx Corporation, Johns Manville, Corrections Corporation of America, Tri-State Generation, and Transmission Association and the Colorado Auto Dealers Association. Feeley will co-chair Brownstein’s government relations group along side shareholder Alfred Mottur.
As a Brownstein shareholder, Tenzer’s practice focuses on corporate and real estate lending, representing investment banks, private equity firms and their portfolio companies, institutional investors and insurance companies. In addition, she represents borrowers with regard to senior, mezzanine permanent and floating loans secured by corporate assets, real estate and other collateral. She will co-chair the firm’s real estate department with shareholder Rob Kaufmann.