Since 1969, Stettner Miller, P.C., has represented private and public sector employers of all sizes in labor and employment law matters. The firm has built a reputation for providing practical and creative solutions at a reasonable cost, in a timely manner and with a personal touch. Stettner Miller's experienced attorneys counsel employers on preventive measures and represent employers before government agencies and courts on the full range of employment and traditional labor law issues. Stettner Miller is the Worklaw® Network member firm in Colorado.
Stettner Miller, P.C. News
John Finn will speak on "Types of Owner Contracts and Delivery Systems" and "Notice Clauses" at the "Fundamentals of Construction Contracts: Understanding the Issues in Colorado" program on September 24 in Denver, sponsored by Lorman Education Services.
On May 3, Sue Schaecher presented the Employment Law update at the 22nd Annual Institute on Advising Nonprofit Organizations in Colorado, sponsored by CLE in Colorado, Inc.
Sue Schaecher's articles "Colorado's Civil Union Act" and "New I-9 Form Issued - Must be Used After May 7" appeared in the May 20 AGC Colorado eNews.
Sue Schaecher's article "New Forms Issued for Employers to Verify Authorization to Work" appeared in the April issue of the Colorado Association of Mechanical and Plumbing Contractors newsletter.
Bob Miller is listed in the 2013 edition of Colorado Super Lawyers for Employment and Labor.
Bob Miller spoke to the Idaho Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association in Boise, Idaho on February 22. His presentation was entitled "Labor Developments and 2013 Updates."
Sue Schaecher's article "Hold the Cheetos: Colorado Employers Can Still Restrict Marijuana Use" appeared in the February issue of the Colorado Association of Mechanical and Plumbing Contractors newletter.
Bob Miller presented an update on labor law at the February 15 Industry Outlook Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association.
Kate Raabe spoke on "Marijuana in the Workplace and Amendment 64 Update" at the February monthly meeting of the Hispanic Contractors of Colorado.
Sue Schaecher's article "Layoff Based on Performance Evaluations, Not Discrimination" appeared in the Society for Human Resource Management's February 15, Court Report.
Kate Raabe was a presenter at a joint meeting of the Associated Builders and Contractors and Independent Electrical Contractors of Colorado on January 31 on "Marijuana in the Workplace Updates."
Sue Schaecher presented "Amendment 64 and the Colorado Workplace" at the Associated General Contractors Safety Committee meeting on January 22.
Bob Miller was honored by the Associated General Contractors, Colorado Chapter with its first-ever Industry Partner of the Year Award at its annual Ace Awards gala on November 2, 2012.