Anthony George, a partner in the Denver office, focuses his practice on management-side labor relations, employment law, and related litigation. As a published author and frequent speaker on employment issues, Mr. George is viewed as a trusted extension of his clients’ Human Resources Departments. Business leaders rely extensively on his legal knowledge and practical experience and strategize with him to find practical and effective solutions to workplace issues.
Mr. George provides consultation, advice and litigation services to employers in virtually all aspects of the employment relationship. His labor law experience includes union avoidance, organizing campaigns, contract negotiations, strike planning and injunctions, grievance arbitration, unfair labor practice hearings, and decertification and withdrawal of recognition. His employment law practice covers employment discrimination and harassment, the ADA and FMLA, wage and hour questions, employee benefits, employment contracts, drug testing and privacy issues, and employment-related tort claims. He has represented employers in administrative hearings and arbitrations, state and federal trials, and appellate arguments before state and federal appeals courts.
Mr. George routinely writes and speaks on labor and employment issues to human resource professionals, lawyers, industry associations, and professional organizations. He also has extensive experience providing training to managers, supervisors and employees on labor and employment issues, including union avoidance, discrimination and harassment, hiring and firing, whistleblowers and retaliation, and the ADA and FMLA.
Mr. George serves on the Board of the Labor and Employment Relations Association - Rocky Mountain Chapter. He has been a contributing editor of the ABA treatises Employment Discrimination and The Developing Labor Law. He is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell and has been named a Colorado “Super Lawyer” since 2011.