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Law Offices of John R. Holland

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John Holland Law specializes in advocating for the rights of people. Our cases share a common goal of holding the powerful accountable for the victimization of those in their sway. We fight for the rights of those who are not always able to advocate for themselves. Our practice has Colorado nursing home attorneys and Civil Rights lawyers with a goal of providing personal and involved representation to every client while we seek the results they deserve. Recently John Holland Law has been recognized for two awards:
Firm listed as a Tier 1 Law Firm by US News Best Law Firm Rankings
We are pleased to announce that our firm has recently been selected for inclusion as a Colorado Tier One law firm by U. S News and World Report and Best Lawyers’ 2011 edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the practice areas of Medical Malpractice Law and Personal Injury Litigation.
According to Best Lawyers, “selection to Best Lawyers is based on an exhaustive and rigorous peer-review survey comprising more than 3.1 million confidential evaluations by the top attorneys in the country.”
CTLA'S 2010 "Access to Justice" Award
All three of our firm’s attorneys were honored this year by the Colorado Trial Lawyer’s Association. John Holland, Anna Holland-Edwards and Erica Grossman were recognized for their work in Guantanamo Bay, as well as the firm’s work in obtaining access to justice for other clients, by being awarded with the first Access to Justice Award, presented at the 2010 CTLA’s 13th Annual Spring Dinner. The Law Offices of John Holland has been involved with defending the rights of detainees in Guantanamo Bay since 2004. We are honored that this important legal cause concerning the very fabric of our constitutional system is being recognized and supported by the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association. We are also pleased to share this award with our co-recipients, our friends at Killmer, Lane & Newman.
John Holland has been in private practice since 1979. Since then, he has also been involved in a number of other class actions and major litigations in the nursing home, civil rights, employment discrimination and environmental pollution cases. He was part of teams of lawyers who sued Martin Marietta and Shell Oil in relationship to major environmental contaminations. He has also always had an interest in racial discrimination issues. He has represented whistle blowers who have been terminated for speaking out on matters of public concern, as well as oppressed religious minority groups.

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