Franz Hardy, a partner in Gordon & Rees’s Denver office, will participate in a panel discussion "Being a Mentor, Mentee, and Entrepreneur in the Changing Legal Environment", November 3, at the Alumni Reunion & Homecoming Weekend at the University of Colorado Law School at Boulder. The discussion will address what steps attorneys can take to build their brand, develop clients, and cultivate healthy mentor relationships. Law firm partners will benefit from a discussion on the ethical and professional challenges to helping their associates identify and successfully navigate such opportunities. The other panelists include Denver District Judge Ann Frick and Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Allos Therapeutics, Mark Graboyes.
In his practice, Mr. Hardy focuses on commercial and insurance litigation, including business disputes, employment matters, real estate, insurance coverage, and ERISA. He is recognized as an accomplished professional liability practitioner with a successful record representing dozens of attorneys and law firms, while also maintaining several leadership positions within Gordon & Rees as well as local and national bar associations.