1/26/2015

Holland & Hart Appoints New Administrative Partners

Holland & Hart Appoints New Administrative Partners

Holland & Hart LLP has appointed three new administrative partners to the firm’s Boise, Cheyenne and Washington, D.C., offices. As administrative partners, they are responsible for overseeing the management and strategic development of each of the regional offices.

Patrick Day has been appointed administrative partner for Holland & Hart LLP’s Cheyenne office.

“I am excited about the opportunity to continue advancing the many new initiatives overseen by our outgoing administrative partner, Walter Eggers,” Day said. “Holland & Hart’s Wyoming offices are brimming with talented young lawyers building the future of our practice in Wyoming, and it will be my privilege to do everything I can to promote their success and continue our work advancing access to justice in Wyoming and representing the many energy and natural resource companies that represent Wyoming’s future.”

Day is a member of the firm’s Environment, Energy & Natural Resources group, representing coal producers, oil and gas companies, pipelines, refineries, power plants, and gas plants. He represents energy companies in environmental litigation in state and federal courts around the country as well as before state agencies. His experience includes oil and gas disputes, class actions, ad valorem and severance tax disputes, as well as Clean Air Act permitting and appeals.

Brian Hansen has been appointed administrative partner for Holland & Hart LLP’s Boise office.

“Along with our predecessor firm, Holland & Hart has enjoyed serving and growing with Idaho’s businesses and individuals for more than 80 years,” said Hansen. “I’m honored to take on this role to further the relationships and connections we have developed in this community and beyond, and I look forward to building on the growth and success the Boise office has experienced under Nicole Snyder’s leadership.”

Hansen is a member of the firm’s Corporate practice group. His experience includes a broad range of business and commercial matters, including mergers and acquisitions, and telecommunications. He assists clients with matters associated with their operational needs, including license and distribution agreements, service and marketing agreements, and purchase and sale agreements.

Thomas Jensen has been appointed administrative partner for Holland & Hart LLP’s Washington, D.C.

“Holland & Hart’s home is in the Rocky Mountain west, but our clients come from all over the U.S. and the world,” Jensen said. “Their needs for legal services are national and global. The firm’s premiere practices depend on us to have a very strong operation in Washington.”

Jensen is a nationally recognized practitioner of natural resources and environmental law. He provides experienced counsel to leaders throughout the business, government, and nonprofit sectors. Having served as counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources and the White House Council on Environmental Quality, Jensen has deep and extensive experience resolving complex legal and policy matters.

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