NEW WORLD DISORDER
In January 1806, John Adams wrote a letter to Benjamin Rush labeling Alexander Hamilton the “bastard brat of a Scotch peddler.” Adams was so fond of this label, in fact, that he used it at least twice more in correspondence referencing Hamilton.
“It’s been a FANTASTIC quarter at FGMC!!”
When we started FGMC we knew that it was essential that to be the very best law firm we absolutely had to surround ourselves with the finest attorneys and staff.
Foster Graham is both a law firm, and a vibrant community of lawyers, paralegals, secretaries, women, men, law clerks and more.
“Why I Stand For Our National Anthem ”
This week has been replete with images, stories, memorials and Facebook post recollections regarding the horrors of 9/11/01.
“Good Deeds and Bad Shots…FORE ”
Several weeks ago our firm was one of the many sponsors of a golf tournament that benefits the Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association.
“The Importance of Remembering Atticus Finch”
He enjoys the company of prostitutes. He wears outdated cheap suits with wide collared shirts unbuttoned to reveal a hirsute chest adorned in gold chain.
“So, you want to be a Lawyer?”
I always try to make time to speak with students who are interested in going to law school and becoming a lawyer.
Do You Believe in Miracles?????
Once in a while we encounter those instances where you just shake your head and say “are you kidding me – that is unbelievable!”
As a lifelong resident of Denver I have seen it all from a weather perspective and these weather related incidents have created immutable memories for me.
What’s happened to our society? Sometimes I just can’t entirely understand what people are thinking anymore, and I am often unable to tell my kids that everything is going to be alright.
On behalf of everyone at FGMC, I wanted to extend our firm’s appreciation to all of our friends, clients and colleagues who have served in the military. We are grateful for your service and sacrifices. Thank you to our veterans, and to everyone currently serving.
Please allow me to take a slight departure in this newsletter to share a very personal loss that I and many of my FGMC colleagues experienced in the last few months.
Life is about perspective.