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.
On June 3, 2019, a federal court in New Hampshire issued a highly anticipated decision in New Hampshire Lottery Commission et al. v. Barr et al.
Tony Arias is a member of Brownstein’s Litigation Department. A skilled legal writer and effective manager, Tony brings precision to his commercial litigation practice.
Tony was a summer associate before joining the firm as a law clerk during his last semester of law school, gaining experience in legal research and drafting memoranda and pleadings on various litigation matters. He got his start in the legal field as a supervisor and lead paralegal at a Denver-area litigation firm. While in law school, Tony interned with Judge Morris B. Hoffman in the Second Judicial District and with U.S. District Court Judge Christine Arguello. Tony graduated Order of the Coif in the top five percent of his class.
Tony is fluent in English and Spanish and has experience translating for attorneys and individuals in need of legal assistance. He also drafted an award-winning memo for the Anti-Defamation League, participated in local flood relief efforts and organized a neighborhood cleanup project in Evansville, Indiana.
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YouTube Fine Showcases Expanded Enforcement Of COPPACo-author, Law360, September 10, 2019
NLRB Proposes New Election RulesBrownstein Client Alert, August 15, 2019
Changes Coming for Colorado Landlords and TenantsBrownstein Client Alert, July 16, 2019
The Wire Act Applies Only to Sports Gambling, For NowBrownstein Client Alert, June 4, 2019
Fintech Charter Fight Goes Beyond Regulatory AuthorityCo-author, Law360, March 7, 2019
Many Crypto Exchanges May Now Need Colorado LicensesCo-author, Law360, September 25, 2018
Outstanding Student in a Judicial Externship, 2018
Melanie Hardaway Memorial Award for Outstanding Graduate, 2018