Stephen Burg and Nick Fogel Join Colorado Judicial Institute Board of Directors

Stephen Burg and Nick Fogel Join Colorado Judicial Institute Board of Directors

By Burg Simpson
July 12, 2012
2 min read

Burg Simpson is pleased to announce that attorneys Stephen J. Burg and Nick D. Fogel have been named Ex-Officio board members of the Colorado Judicial Institute (CJI). Established in 1979, the Colorado Judicial Institute seeks to preserve and enhance the independence and excellence of Colorado courts, to further public understanding of the Colorado judicial system, and to ensure that the courts meet the needs of the people.

Speaking of his appointment Stephen Burg said, “ Protecting the integrity of Colorado’s legal system and ensuring that each and every citizen within our state has access to justice is of paramount importance. I am honored to serve as a board member of the CJI.”

Nick Fogel said, “I am deeply honored to be named as an Ex-Officio board member of the CJI. I am joining a board that is comprised of many leaders of Colorado’s business and legal communities with the shared goal of preserving and enhancing the independence and excellence of Colorado courts.”
Stephen Burg’s practice is focused on personal injury claims, product liability, wrongful death claims, gas explosions, commercial litigation and Mass Torts. Mr. Burg is involved in the representation of clients in a variety of settings, including trials, appeals, arbitration and mediation.
Nick Fogel’s practice is devoted to helping those who have been injured while working on the job and in the line of duty. In this capacity Nick has extensive courtroom experience handling a wide variety of matters.

With offices in Denver, Cincinnati, Cody, Phoenix, and Steamboat Springs, Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P.C. is a firm of award-winning national trial lawyers, practicing in the areas of personal injury, class action, medical malpractice, dangerous drug litigation, defective products, insurance bad faith, employment law, social security, workers’ compensation, commercial and securities litigation.

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