Chris Chrisman and Andrew Emrich Named Among DBJ's Who's Who in Energy 2016

Partners Chris Chrisman and Andrew Emrich have been named to the Denver Business Journal's Who's Who in Energy 2016 list. They are both recognized for their commitment to professional excellence and contribution to the energy industry in Colorado.

Now in its sixth year, the Who's Who in Energy supplement profiles the Denver metro area’s key players in the energy industry. Chrisman and Emrich will be featured in the Denver Business Journal’s list publishing Nov. 25. A VIP reception honoring the professionals selected for the 2016 Who's Who in Energy list is scheduled for Dec. 6 at the Grand Hyatt Pinnacle Club in Denver.

Chris Chrisman represents energy companies in litigation cases for producers in a variety of contexts, including operating disputes, surface access issues, and title problems. He has particular experience with royalty litigation, defending producers against class-action claims in federal, state, and tribal courts. In addition to natural resources matters, Chrisman handles a variety of complex commercial litigation cases at the trial and appellate levels. He is admitted to practice in Colorado and North Dakota, and has appeared pro hac vice in multiple jurisdictions.

Andrew Emrich represents clients in the energy and public land use sectors in litigation and regulatory compliance. Emrich represents a wide variety of mining, oil and gas, and renewable energy producers in litigation and administrative appeals. He also helps clients develop comprehensive energy projects through the creation, implementation, and maintenance of sound federal, state, and local permitting. He is admitted to practice in Colorado, Wyoming, Washington, D.C., the U.S. District Court of North Dakota, the U.S. Supreme Court, and a number of federal appellate courts.

Holland & Hart’s environmental and natural resources team is one of the largest and most highly recognized energy and environmental practices in the nation, leading clients through the ever-changing rules and regulations in the energy and natural resources arena. 


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