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2/28/17 12:42PM
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Denver law firm expands activities into New Jersey

Former Arvada Mayor Ken Fellman joins colleague Brandon Dittman in "of counsel" role for Helmer, Conley & Kasselman.

DENVER (Feb. 28, 2017) —Denver-based Kissinger & Fellman P.C. has continued its steady growth with a business agreement that essentially puts K&F attorneys into 11 New Jersey offices.

The “of counsel” arrangement with Helmer, Conley & Kasselman, P.A., will allow attorneys Ken Fellman and Brandon Dittman of Kissinger & Fellman to work on broadband, communications and utility projects with local governments in New Jersey.

In Fellman’s legal career, he has emphasized representation of local governments, particularly in the areas of telecommunications and utilities. Dittman’s practice has focused on similar areas of municipal government, and HCK plans to leverage those strengths to benefit its clients.

“With the new ‘of counsel’ affiliation, Ken Fellman and Brandon Dittman will be able to work with our existing local government legal team to expand the kind of legal services we are able to provide local governments throughout New Jersey,” said Yaron Helmer, managing partner of HCK. “We are especially excited that, through Ken and Brandon, we will have a presence at the Jersey Access Group’s Power of Partners conference in Morristown this spring.”

The HCK/K&F announcement follows fresh news about Ken Fellman’s re-appointment to the FCC’s Intergovernmental Advisory Committee and his appointment as a Fellow in the University of Colorado’s Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program.

“We look forward to working with the great attorneys at HCK and expanding our client base in New Jersey,” Fellman said. “In addition to providing new resources to the firm’s expertise in New Jersey, we hope that eventually Kissinger & Fellman will have an opportunity to draw on HCK’s resources in cases that the two firms might pursue jointly in Colorado.”

Together, the law firms have 72 attorneys in various capacities, including the “of counsel” role that Fellman and Dittman serve with HCK.

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 Helmer, Conley & Kasselman, P.A.

HCK has 12 offices in New Jersey and another in Brooklyn, N.Y. The firm assists individuals and families in a wide variety of complex legal matters, with a particular focus on issues related to criminal law, personal injury, immigration, and family law. HCK’s criminal attorneys represent clients facing both federal and state charges and its family law attorneys have extensive experience in high-net-worth divorce cases. The firm’s immigration attorneys assist in family-based and employment-based immigration issues, and HCK’s personal injury attorneys handle wrongful death cases, as well as cases involving serious or catastrophic injuries. Seven HCK attorneys are certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as experts in their respective specialties: Ron Helmer, Jim Conley, Bob Luther and Rick Incremona are certified Criminal Trial Attorneys, Michael Troso is certified as a Municipal Court Trial Attorney, and Bill Tobolsky and Alex Wazeter are certified as Civil Trial Attorneys. Visit www.HelmerLegal.com for additional information, or call 877-435-6371.

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