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.
Like many of you I lost a dear friend several months ago and it has been really hard to say good-bye. The final season of Breaking Bad ended just a few months ago and I am still in a post-Walter White/Jesse Pinkman depression.
As another year comes to a close, we at Foster Graham Milstein and Calisher, LLP would like to thank all of you who have contributed to the continued success of our law firm.
FGMC is enjoying its own harmony as autumn greets us – a dynamic, committed and enthusiastic kind of harmony that melds together the passion of the practice of law with the spirit of collaboration.
It appears the heat of Summer has finally arrived and with it the annual forest fire season. Unfortunately, some of our friends and neighbors have already felt the effects that the latest tragic fire in the Black Forest, south of Denver, has had.
Well even though the snow has been falling (finally) and most of us are still skiing and enjoying other winter activities, it is definitely time to start thinking about springtime and the ubiquitous spring cleaning.
We are so pleased to announce that Foster, Graham, Milstein & Calisher, LLP is growing once again.
As the Holiday Season is upon us once again, and another year comes to an end, we find ourselves reflecting on the past year and on all of those clients, friends and associates who have helped to make the progress of our Law Firm possible.
When I was told that our law firm was moving to Cherry Creek, I didn’t envision a stop in the creek along the way. Time has passed, and I have learned many lessons from my accident.