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Brandon Dittman is of Counsel to Helmer, Conley and Kasselman. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Bachelor of Science degree in Economics, in 2011 from Purdue University, West Lafayette Indiana, and his law degree in 2014 from the University of Colorado Law School.
Brandon’s practice is focused on municipal law, public utilities law, and telecommunications law, representing clients in both the government and private sectors. His experience includes working with municipal clients on franchising and broadband matters, and with both public and private entities on energy, utility, environmental and natural resources law, and litigation. He has also worked with municipal clients on transportation issues related to rail crossings, and leasing for solar energy projects. In addition, he actively works with matters related to public safety communications for first responders in connection with the federal government’s FirstNet project. In connection with government access cable and internet programming he works with government access cable television managers on matters related to compliance with the federal government’s closed captioning rules and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements for government access programming. Brandon is also actively involved in the new federal regulations related to unmanned aircraft (drones), including the scope of local government authority in regulating private use of drones and advising how local governments can stay in compliance with the emerging federal requirements as governmental entities expand their use of drones in the provision of services.
Previously, Brandon was Attorney-Fellow at the Municipal Operations Section of the Denver, Colorado City Attorney’s Office, where he represented the City in electric, gas, steam, railroad, and transportation matters before the Colorado Public Utilities Commission. This includes dockets relating to electric and gas rate cases, renewable energy, resource planning, data privacy, rule-making, transportation, and at-grade rail crossings. Before that, as an intern as Black Hills Corporation, Brandon focused on energy regulation in Colorado and Wyoming and federal environmental regulation under the Clean Air Act.
While in law school, Brandon served as the Production Editor of the Colorado Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law Review and was an officer in the Environmental Law Society.
Brandon is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors.
He is the author of “How to be a Good Neighbor: The Failure of CAIR and CSAPR, Uncertainty, and the Way Forward, 25 Nat. Resources, Energy & Envtl. L. Rev. 199 (2013).
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