1/19/2017

Announcing New Administrative Partners in Boulder, Jackson, and Las Vegas

Holland & Hart today announced the appointment of three new Administrative Partners (APs) for the firm’s Boulder, Jackson, and Las Vegas offices. Mark Wiletsky was appointed Boulder’s AP, effective Jan. 1, replacing Chris Gunlikson who served as Boulder’s AP for the past six years. Paula Fleck was appointed AP of the Jackson office, also effective Jan. 1, succeeding Joe Teig, who served as AP of Jackson for over 13 years. Connie Akridge began serving as AP for the firm’s Las Vegas office Nov. 1, 2016, following Pat Reilly, who was the AP in Las Vegas for the past three years. The firm’s APs provide leadership to their office in areas including financial management, client services, and attorney recruitment.

Mark Wiletsky partners with clients to provide timely, practical solutions to difficult business challenges, from employment-related issues to unfair competition and other business disputes, so that clients can stay focused on achieving their business objectives.

Paula Fleck is an experienced trial lawyer who guides clients through the complexities of the litigation process. She effectively handles real estate and construction litigation, employment litigation, tort litigation, and business/commercial litigation.

Connie Akridge utilizes her 30 years of experience to represent insurance and healthcare clients with a wide range of litigation, administrative, and regulatory matters to make sure they are in compliance with new and existing laws and regulations.

The firm’s APs are critical to the operations and strategies of each of the offices and the success of the firm’s business model. The firm extends great appreciation to Chris, Joe, and Pat for their hard work and leadership in these roles, and expresses thanks to Mark, Paula, and Connie for their enthusiasm in taking on the AP role.

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