Jason Nutzman Joins Fennemore's Natural Resources Practice Group
"I'm proud to welcome Jason to our team to help further strengthen our already strong natural resources and mining practice groups," commented Fennemore's CEO, James Goodnow. "His ability to forge alliances with clients, along with his outstanding collaboration skills make him a perfect fit for our firm's culture."
Nutzman's work focuses on representing mining companies nationwide on matters including Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and general employment issues. He represents both coal and metal/non-metal clients before the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission in accident investigations, special investigations, and discrimination investigations conducted by the Department of Labor in conjunction with the Mine Safety and Health Act.
"Jason has built his reputation by being a trusted counsel, providing employment advice and litigation support to businesses, and we're excited to have him onboard," noted Bruce Dahl, managing partner of Fennemore's Denver office. "Our firm continues to grow strategically, and it's people like Jason who allow us to meet our clients' greatest challenges."
Nutzman earned his J.D. at the West Virginia University College of Law and was Editor-in-Chief of the West Virginia Law Review, Volume 108.
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On November 1, 2020, Fennemore Craig and Dowling Aaron merged, now called Fennemore Dowling Aaron in California, creating a full-service law firm with 10 offices and a geographic footprint stretching from Colorado to California, with roughly 175 lawyers and an additional 170 allied legal professionals.