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Nancy Rodgers is a partner at Kissinger & Fellman, P.C.  She specializes in civil litigation, employment law, local government law, telecommunications law, and transportation law. Nancy represents both public and private entities, primarily focusing on general legal advisement and representation in litigation and administrative proceedings.  Nancy has represented employers in connection with Department of Labor audits, class action and individual wage lawsuits, and employee wrongful termination disputes.  She has worked with companies of all sized on various contracts, purchase agreements, and other transactional issues.  She has represented companies in contract disputes, lease terminations, business break-ups, and cargo claims.  

Nancy works proactively with her clients on the development of effective contracts, drafting of policies and procedures, personnel management, and effective training and discipline.  Nancy also works with many clients on ADA compliance, telecommunication, and technology issues, including the emerging use of social media in the workplace.  

Currently, Nancy serves at the Empire Town Attorney/Town Prosecutor, the Georgetown Town Prosecutor, and Counsel to the Westminster Personnel Board.  She is regularly involved on various projects for the firm's other municipal and local government clients. She has worked with local governments on a wide variety of matters, including ordinance drafting, municipal court appeals, contract negotiations, code re-writes, open records disputes, public employee policies, and land use issues. 

Nancy is a member of the Colorado Municipal League, the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors, and the International Municipal Lawyers Association.  She is also a member the Colorado and Denver Bar Association, a member of the COBALT Leadership Class of 2013. She serves on the Executive Committee of the William E. Doyle Inn of the Court, and is a Board member of the Colorado Women's Bar Association.  


Practice areas


  1. Commercial: 40%
    9 years
  2. Employment & Labor: 30%
    10 years
  3. State, Local And Municipal Law: 30%
    8 years


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    I endorse this lawyer. Nancy is an extremely bright and creative lawyer. Her professionalism and dedication to her clients is superior.


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Contact info

Kissinger & Fellman, P.C.

Ptarmigan Place, Suite 900
3773 Cherry Creek North Drive
Denver, CO, 80209-3819


We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Top Lawyer - Transportation Law5280 Magazine2015
Rising StarSuper Lawyers Magazine2014
Outstanding Town AttorneyMetro City Attorneys Association2013
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Partner (since 2013)Kissinger & Fellman, P.C.2006 - Present
AssociateNetzorg, McKeever, Koclanes & Bernhardt, LLC2005 - 2006
Staff AttorneyMountain States Employers Council, Inc.2004 - 2005
Student AttorneyUniversity of Denver College of Law, Student Law Office2003 - 2004
Legal InternState of Ireland, Chief State Solicitor’s Office2003 - 2003
Association namePosition nameDuration
Colorado Women’s Bar AssociationBoard Member2008 - Present
Colorado Bar AssociationMember2004 - Present
Denver Bar AssociationMember2004 - Present
William E. Doyle Inn of the CourtExecutive Committee2003 - Present
Colorado Municipal League - Municipal Attorneys DivisionMemberN/A
National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors - Policy and Legal CommitteeMemberN/A
Publication nameTitleDate
Jersey Access Group NewsletterSocial Media After 10 Years: Free Speech and Employee Use of Social Media Sites in 20142014
Colorado Biz MagazineTread Carefully When Using Social Media in the Hiring Process2012
The Washington Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors Fall 2011 Newsletter"You Can't Fire Me for That!" Employee Discipline and Social Media2011
NATOA JournalHighlights from the NATOA Policy and Legal Seminar2008
Mountain States Employers Council BulletinUnused Sick Leave Payout Considered a Non-Discretionary Attendance Bonus in Missouri2005
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Denver College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2004
University of GeorgiaN/AME - Master of Education1998
Colorado State UniversityN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1994
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Human Resources Development SeriesYour Pay Practices under the FLSA Microscope: Exempt Status and Employee Misclassification2014
CGAIT Spring ConferenceBest Practices for IT Department2014
Human Resources Development SeriesYour Non-Exempt Employees in a Virtual World: Tips and Best Practices to Avoid Issues and Lawsuits2013
Human Resources Development Series‘Like’ It Or Not – Social Networks Are Here To Stay: Legal Considerations of Social Media Use in the Workplace2013
Employment Law SeminarIndependent Contractors & Overtime Issues: How to meet the requirements of the Department of Transportation and the Department of Labor2013
e-NATOA WebinarClosed Captioning: Update for Local Governments and PEG Channels2013
Annual Seminar on Municipal LawIt’s Not Unusual… To Be Employed By You: Laws Addressing the Atypical Worker2013
IMLA Personnel TeleconferenceTips on the Wage Scale: Recent Developments in the FLSA2012
Human Resources Update SeminarBest Practices in Employment Law, HR & Risk Management2012
Annual ConferenceWebsites and Social Media: Legal Headlines2012
Annual ConferenceWebsites and Social Media: Legal Headlines2012
e-NATOA WebinarThe Future of PEG: The Implementation of Social Media Policies2011
e-NATOA WebinarThe 2010 Video Accessibility Act: Meeting PEG and Government Website Obligations2011
CML Annual ConferenceLegal Implications of Social Media2011
ESPIOC ConferenceSurfing the Unknown Waters of Social Media: Open Records, Content Restrictions, and Employee Management2010
e-NATOA TeleconferenceSocial Media Acceptable Use Polices2010
CML/GMTC Communications and the Future ConferenceLegal Issues and Social Media Use2010
CML Annual Seminar on Municipal LawBiting at the Americans With Disabilities Act: Regulatory Changes Affecting Municipalities2010
NATOA Annual ConfereceUsing Broadband Technology: The Legal Implication of Implementing a Social Networking Plan2009
Mountain States Employers Council Public Employers Human Resources ConferenceEmployment Laws You Need to Know So You Don’t Strike Out2009
Colorado Municipal League Annual Seminar on Municipal LawSurvey of Public Sector Employment Law2008
Colorado Municipal League Annual Seminar on Municipal LawFree Speech and Public Employees2007
Guest lecture for masters level "Legal Issues in Higher Education and Student Affairs" classLife of a Lawsuit2006