Rodgers Becomes Shareholder in Kissinger & Fellman

Kissinger & Fellman Names Rodgers as Shareholder

DENVER (Dec. 2, 2013) – Kissinger & Fellman P.C. announced that attorney Nancy Cornish Rodgers has become a shareholder in the law firm.

Rodgers joined Kissinger & Fellman in 2006. She specializes in the fields of employment law, municipal law and commercial litigation. She earned her Juris Doctorate at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law; her Master of Education Degree at the University of Georgia; and her Bachelor of Arts Degree at Colorado State University. She has extensive experience in both state and federal litigation and in working with public and private entities on their employment, contract and other business needs.

“Nancy Rodgers has established herself as a premier attorney in the field of employment law, and her expertise has added a valuable dimension to our law firm,” said Ken Fellman, partner of Kissinger & Fellman. “She is in high demand among organizations seeking speakers for their workshops and conferences about employment law and social media legal issues. We are pleased to make Nancy a fourth owner of the firm.”

The other shareholders are Ken Fellman, Jonathan Abramson and Rick Kissinger, the firm’s founder.

Rodgers previously worked for Netzorg, McKeever, Koclanes & Bernhardt; and before that, for the Mountain States Employers Council.

The announcement about Rodgers’ appointment follows other significant developments at Kissinger & Fellman intended to expand the law firm’s abilities to serve its clients. Kissinger & Fellman recently announced that it had added attorney Surbhi Garg to the firm’s roster; and had expanded into the Washington, D.C. area with the addition of attorney Lori Sherwood, who is providing government affairs, lobbying and communications services for the firm’s clients.

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, transportation and employment, plus commercial litigation, business planning, government, social networking, 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 private and public clients, serving as their general counsel or working on specialized legal projects. Kissinger & Fellman also has a separate office in the Washington, D.C. area that provides legal and lobbying services for technology firms and local governments. Partner Ken Fellman has been named Colorado Super Lawyer five times, most recently in 2013; partner Jonathan Abramson has been named a Colorado Rising Star three times, most recently in 2013; and partner Rick Kissinger won the Colorado Motor Carriers Association Distinguished Service Award in 2011. Visit for additional information, or call 303-320-6100.