David P. Hersh Appointed to the Board of Directors for CLE in Colorado, Inc.

David P. Hersh Appointed to the Board of Directors for CLE in Colorado, Inc.

By Burg Simpson
September 12, 2016
2 min read

Hersh CLE Board Member - Burg SimpsonDenver, Colorado – Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P.C. is proud to announce that shareholder David P. Hersh has been appointed to the Board of Directors for CLE in Colorado, Inc. Mr. Hersh was appointed to the Board as a representative of the Colorado Bar Association.

CLE in Colorado, Inc. (Colorado Bar Association CLE) is the nonprofit educational arm of the Colorado Bar Association and the Denver Bar Association that produces continuing legal education programs and legal publications at competitive prices to its members. Every year, hundreds of Colorado lawyers and judges volunteer their time and expertise to help CLE in Colorado offer these important educational resources.

David P. Hersh focuses his practice on civil trial work and complex commercial litigation. Admitted to practice before both the Colorado and Wyoming Supreme Courts, as well as numerous Federal Courts, he has tried well over 130 civil jury trials to verdict throughout the United States. Mr. Hersh has served as lead counsel in both state and federal courts throughout the United States in a substantial number of complex commercial litigation cases as well as a number of catastrophic personal injury cases, including cases involving claims for paraplegia/quadriplegia, brain injury, severe burns and disfigurement, and limb loss.

About Burg Simpson
With offices in Denver, Cincinnati, Phoenix, Cody, and Steamboat Springs, Burg Simpson is a firm of award winning trial lawyers practicing in the areas of personal injury, class action, mass torts, medical malpractice, dangerous drug litigation, defective products, insurance bad faith, workers’ compensation, commercial litigation, and construction defect litigation.

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