An attorney in the Cheyenne office, Mr. Berger counsels employers how to effectively manage and operate in compliance with the maze of regulatory requirements and he helps employers proactively defuse issues to avoid escalating disputes. He also uses his MBA and management experience to negotiate solutions that advance clients' strategic goals. When litigation arises, Mr. Berger draws on his comprehensive understanding of federal and state practice to guide clients through discovery and dispositive motions. As a former manager of technology for a medium-size suburban city with responsibility for a multi-million dollar budget, Mr. Berger keenly appreciates the challenges employers face to balance operational goals and risks with the reality of financial constraints. He is particularly enthusiastic about helping employers successfully deploy and use information technology in the workplace.
Prior to joining Holland & Hart, Mr. Berger practiced litigation at Childs McCune in Denver. Mr. Berger acquired significant litigation experience serving as judicial clerk for the Honorable Alan Loeb of the Colorado Court of Appeals and for the Honorable Terrence O'Brien of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. Before pursuing his legal career, Mr. Berger worked in the technology industry as Chief Technology Officer and as a Systems Administrator for a software services company.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Dustin D. Berger