Denver's Stettner Miller Attorneys Join Fisher Phillips
Denver, CO (October 21, 2013) – Fisher Phillips announced today that four attorneys of Stettner Miller, PC will join the national labor and employment law firm’s Denver office effective November 1. The attorneys are Robert Miller, Bruce Anderson, Sue Schaecher and Kate Raabe.
Stettner Miller senior shareholder Ken Stettner is retiring.
"These attorneys share our commitment to providing value to clients through business-focused advice and smart litigation strategies," said Denver Managing Partner Todd Fredrickson. "Bruce, Sue, Bob and Kate have earned their stellar reputations in Colorado and current Fisher Phillips clients will quickly benefit from their addition to the firm." Fredrickson added that the move boosts the number of Fisher Phillips Denver attorneys from six to ten, a necessity to keep pace with the growing requirements of the firm’s clients.
Fisher Phillips Chairman and Managing Partner Roger Quillen said: "Since opening our Denver office in 2008, Todd Fredrickson has done a tremendous job of leading our growth from two attorneys to ten. His dedication and professionalism were instrumental in attracting such talented attorneys as those coming from Stettner Miller."
Ken Stettner noted that he is proud that his colleagues are joining a firm with the reputation of Fisher Phillips. "As I prepared to wind down my practice I wanted to see my colleagues continue their success and growth with a national firm that matches up with their practices. We couldn’t have found a better fit than Fisher Phillips. Our clients will be well-served by this move."
Bob Miller added: "Ken Stettner has been instrumental in building Stettner Miller into a widely respected law firm in Colorado. His guidance helped us get to the point where it is time to join with a firm that has a national reach, because our clients are not only in Colorado. Our clients will be very pleased with the service they will receive from our new colleagues."
Since 1969, Stettner Miller, P.C., has represented private and public sector employers of all sizes in labor and employment law matters. Like Fisher Phillips, the firm built a reputation for providing practical and creative solutions at a reasonable cost, in a timely manner and with a focus on delivering excellent client service.
About the Attorneys
Robert R. Miller has represented management clients in labor relations and employment matters for than 35 years. His career has included trials and appeals of labor and employment cases before administrative agencies and courts. He has negotiated numerous collective bargaining agreements for single employers and multi-employer associations and advised union and non-union employers on labor relations matters. Long-time legal counsel to the Colorado Chapter of the Associated General Contractors, Miller was named the chapter's first "Associate Member of the Year" in 2012. He was listed in Colorado Super Lawyers® in 2011 through 2013 for Employment & Labor.
Bruce C. Anderson began his career in 1976 by obtaining trial experience in the Adams County District Attorney's office. Since moving into private practice in 1980, he has represented hundreds of clients with an emphasis on employment litigation. Anderson’s clients include corporations of all sizes from start-ups to Fortune 10 companies. Bruce has extensive litigation experience in state and federal court bench and jury trials, arbitrations, alternative dispute resolution proceedings and in matters before the National Labor Relations Board, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and state fair employment agencies.
Susan M. Schaecher's practice has been dedicated to representing employers in labor and employment-related matters since 1984. Her practice includes representing employers in bench and jury trials and appeals in state and federal courts, arbitrations, mediations, proceedings before state and federal administrative agencies, government audits, investigations, drafting policies and negotiating agreements. She advises employers of all sizes on a wide array of workplace legal matters.
Kate Raabe specializes in management labor and employment law, minority and women-owned business certifications, OFCCP compliance matters and consultations for a wide range of other employment issues. She has represented employers in matters before the National Labor Relations Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Colorado Civil Rights Division. Raabe handles employment matters in state and federal courts. She has also represented employers in investigations and administrative proceedings related to OSHA complaints and wage/hour audits.