Beth Robinson joined Fortis Law Partners in 2015. Her practice focuses on employment advice and counsel, and employment and commercial litigation. She has provided guidance to employers on a wide array of human resources and workforce management issues that span the employment relationship.
She assists employers in reviewing new hire documents and policies, to separation agreements, reductions in force and plant closures. Her employment litigation practice has involved representation of clients from administrative proceedings to appeals, for claims of harassment and discrimination related to age, gender, national origin, race and association, FMLA claims, and retaliation claims. Beth has represented clients in unemployment compensation proceedings and in investigations by state and federal agencies. Beth has represented a broad range of clients, from executives and doctors negotiating employment contracts to Fortune 100 companies. Beth’s commercial litigation experience includes product defect cases and telecom cases.
Prior to joining Fortis, Beth was a litigator for employment and commercial matters at Moye White here in Denver, and Bryan Cave in St Louis. Beth was also an Assistant Attorney General for the state of Missouri, representing the state of Missouri in workers compensation cases filed by state employees.
- Colorado Bar Association, Legislative Police Committee, Employment Law Section Liaison
- Denver Bar Association
- Sam Cary Bar Association
Community Activities & Personal Interests
Beth is the Chair of the Adams County Visual Arts Commission (ACVAC). The ACVAC is a citizen-led committee that chooses art for public spaces throughout Adams County. The ACVAC also promotes art for the public, and commissions art for public buildings, including grants of public monies, evaluation of proposals, and assistance to up-and-coming artists in the Denver Metro area.
Beth is involved with her alumni group, Rocky Mountain Harvard University Club. Her personal interests include Ohio sports teams, tennis, and skiing.