Attorney with Denver-based Kissinger & Fellman will help Silicon Flatirons in telecommunications efforts.
DENVER (Feb. 13, 2017) —Denver attorney Ken Fellman of Kissinger & Fellman P.C. has been named as a fellow of the Silicon Flatirons program, a center for innovation at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colo.
The honor follows immediately on the heels of Fellman’s re-appointment to the Intergovernmental Advisory Committee of the Federal Communications Commission, recognizing Fellman’s long career as an attorney focusing on local government law with an emphasis on broadband and communications issues.
“Ken Fellman has been a great supporter of Silicon Flatirons and he’s spent countless hours working with our students in a variety of capacities. We appreciate having people of Ken Fellman’s caliber contributing to our efforts,” said Phil Weiser, Silicon Flatirons’ founder and executive director. “With Ken’s support of our students and expertise in communications law, he is a natural fit for our program.”
Fellman, a former mayor of Arvada, Colo., has won numerous awards from legal journals and legal societies for his work in communications, broadband, utilities and local government law, in Colorado and throughout the United States. He is a former president of the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (2009-2013).
“It is an honor to be involved with such a distinguished group,” Fellman said about his fellowship with Silicon Flatirons. “It’s even more satisfying that Silicon Flatirons is educating the next generation of entrepreneurs and leaders in the broadband legal community.”
About Kissinger & Fellman P.C.
Established in 1976, the Denver-based law firm of Kissinger & Fellman offers access to legal experts who are nationally recognized in areas that include telecommunications, social networking, transportation and employment, plus commercial litigation, business planning, government, construction and real estate, and criminal defense. The firm’s emphasis on a practical business approach to legal problems has enabled it to attract a growing group of clients, serving as their general counsel or working on specialized legal projects. Partner Ken Fellman has been named Colorado Super Lawyer seven times since 2007; and partner Rick Kissinger won the Colorado Motor Carriers Association Distinguished Service Award in 2011. Visit http://www.kandf.com for additional information, or call 303-320-6100.
About Silicon Flatirons
Silicon Flatirons is a center for innovation at the University of Colorado-Boulder to serve students, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and professionals at the intersection of law, policy, and technology. We create productive collisions and spark tomorrow’s thinking with intellectually honest programming and community engagement. For information go to www.SiliconFlatirons.org.