303.459.2725 | 6530 S. Yosemite St | Suite 200 | Greenwood Village, CO 80111
“Think globally, act locally.” Before it became cliché, the phrase was a succinct reminder that we can all aspire to make the world a better place, and the best chance of achieving meaningful improvement in our day-to-day lives is at the local level.
The attorneys of Michow Cox & McAskin are keenly aware that whatever may be happening in the state, national and international arenas, the decisions made by your local government are the ones that will impact you and your family today, tomorrow and beyond. With roughly 50 years of combined experience in local government law, we provide our clients with the peace of mind that comes with knowing there is not much their attorneys have not seen.
The firm’s attorneys routinely advise local governments on myriad legal issues, including:
Land use and development
Human resources/employment law
We have developed meaningful and professional relationships with our primary local government clients, and we also provide special counsel services in areas ranging from serving as hearing officers in land use matters, to defending county boards of equalization in property tax matters pending before the State Board of Assessment Appeals.
For the lawyers of Michow Cox & McAskin, there is nothing more rewarding than helping our local government clients achieve their community goals and vision.
We leverage our broad experience and deep knowledge to provide sound and innovative advice and solutions to our local government clients.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW CONFERENCE
April 20, 2018 | Brown Palace, Denver
Now in its fourth year, the Local Government Law Conference will hold your attention and bring you up-to-speed on the most current topics, including: Water Law and Water Rights, Governmental Immunity, Employment Law, First Amendment Concerns, Ethical Concerns. Linda Michow, a founding partner of MCM is the program chair of the 2018 all-star faculty and program. Click here to register.
COLORADO LAND USE LAW INSTITUTE CLE INTERNATIONAL
23rd Annual “The Great Debates” Conference | Denver, November 30-December 1, 2017
MCM’s partner Timothy Cox will present at the Colorado Land Use Law Institute’s Conference on the topic of “Ethics: Should Ex Parte Communication Be Allowed in Quasi-Judicial Proceedings?” Read more.
Currently serving and advising local Colorado governments,
we strive to help our clients achieve their community goals and vision.