Denver Partner Roger Tsai Joins 2018 Colorado General Counsel Group Advisor Program

Holland & Hart is proud to announce that immigration partner Roger Tsai has been selected for the 2018 Colorado General Counsel Group (CGCG) Advisor Program.

Launched in 2015 by Rich Baer, general counsel at Liberty Media Corporation, with Dennis Kaw, general counsel for Appliance Factory Outlet, the CGCG program is designed to help participants build the skills and learn the best techniques for developing client relationships. A loose consortium of approximately 45 chief legal officers and deputy GCs, the CGCG aims to connect high caliber, diverse attorneys with corporate clients. Annually, only 30 participants are selected to join CGCG. The first 2018 CGCG Advisor Program session was hosted at Holland & Hart’s Denver office on March 2.

Roger provides counsel to large and small companies on a broad spectrum of employment and immigration issues. He counsels universities and companies in the healthcare, technology, and energy sectors on securing temporary and permanent visas for foreign national employees, including H-1B visas and permanent resident status. He also represents companies under investigation by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and helps companies perform internal audits of their employment eligibility documents. Based in the firm’s Denver office, Roger leads the firm's immigration practice.
Dedicated in his community, Roger has successfully represented several asylum seekers from China, Kosovo, Guatemala, and Ethiopia on a pro bono basis. Outside the practice of law, he has led numerous projects as president of the Utah Asian Chamber of Commerce and as a board member of the Society of Human Resource Management to engage and strengthen Utah's minority community.

Holland & Hart litigation attorney Clarissa Collier recently graduated from the CGCG Advisor Program after participating for two years.


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