Corporate Attorney Joins Holland & Hart

Brett Bromann joins the firm as an associate in its Denver office

Holland & Hart announced Wednesday the addition of attorney Brett Bromann as an associate in the firm’s corporate practice in Denver. 

Bromann counsels companies throughout their corporate life cycle, primarily working with clients in the food, beverage and consumer products industries. He also frequently works with venture capital investors, growth equity funds, and his emerging growth clients in debt and equity financings, strategic transactions and mergers and acquisitions. 

Before joining Holland & Hart, Bromann practiced at Am Law 100 firms in Denver and Boston. He is admitted to practice in Massachusetts. His practice in Colorado is temporarily authorized pending admission under C.R.C.P. 205.6.


Gov. Jared Polis on Tuesday announced the appointment of Samorreyan Burney as a County Court Judge in El Paso County in the 4th Judicial District. Her appointment is occasioned by the retirement of Judge Larry Martin.

Burney is currently a senior deputy district attorney with the 4th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, a position she has held since 2017. Her work focuses solely on criminal law. 

Previously, she was a deputy district attorney with the 4th Judicial District, and a law clerk with Vaughan and DeMuro. 

Burney received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Denver in 1998 and a law degree from California Western School of Law in 2001.

Burney’s appointment is effective June 1.

The 7th Judicial District Nominating Commission has nominated three candidates for a San Miguel County Court judgeship. The vacancy will be created on June 6, by the retirement of Judge Susanne Ross. 

Nominees Jennifer Fox, Sean Murphy and Daniel Zemke, all of Telluride, were selected in a videoconference meeting on April 21. Under the Colorado Constitution, the governor has 15 days from April 22, to appoint one of the nominees as county court judge for San Miguel County. Comments regarding any of the nominees may be sent via e-mail to the governor at [email protected]

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