Litigation involving employee benefits matters can be costly – to employee morale as well as a company’s bottom line.

When employee benefits disputes arise, members of the Holland & Hart Employee Benefits Litigation team provide a vigorous defense in mediation, arbitration, or litigation.

Members of our team represent employers, insurers, and plan administrators in employee benefit litigation (involving both ERISA- and non-ERISA-covered plans). Our work involves pension and welfare benefit plans as well as insured and self-funded benefit plans. We have litigated hundreds of employee benefits cases in state and federal courts – within our seven-state footprint and beyond.

Frequently, our lawyers defend clients in large multi-plaintiff and class action cases brought under ERISA—including class actions relating to pension plans, health plans, severance plans, and employee benefit issues arising from mergers, acquisition, and divestitures. In addition, we litigate select claims arising from individual life, health, disability, and fiduciary insurance policies.

Benchmark Litigation "Litigation Standout" in Employment Litigation 2020

Named 2020 "Litigation Standout" in Employment Litigation by Benchmark Litigation, placing the firm among the top 15 in the nation to receive this designation.

Lawyers in Chambers USA: Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation 2021

Michael Beaver: Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Colorado
Brenda Berg: Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Colorado

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One of nine firms nationwide named in 2017 by leading legal decision makers for “standout collaboration”

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