In the News
in Denver, Colorado
Dow Jones Newswires, July 7, 2004
Corporate Grp Asks Congress to Act on Cash-Balance Plans
"Robert Hill is a lawyer whose firm has represented employees in several suits challenging the legality of conversions from traditional defined benefit plans to cash-balance plans."
Denver Business Journal, June 11, 2004
Hill Believes in Giving a Voice to Those Often Not Heard
Robert Hill as the winner in the antitrust category. Mr. Hill was also named a finalist for Pro Bono Attorney of the Year, and David Robbins was a finalist in the water law category.
Chambers and Partners, America's Leading Business Lawyers 2003-2004
ranked Hill & Robbins with firms ten times its size as a top Colorado litigation firm.
"A gem in complex commercial litigation . . . specializes in court battles that require strategic solutions." [Bob Hill is] 'extraordinary' in the courtroom . . . able to diffuse a dispute before it goes to trial.' A 'first-rate lawyer' . . ."
Denver Post, June 3, 2004
Policyholders Face Billing Change
"Plaintiffs in a recent class-action lawsuit against 40 insurance companies operating in Colorado said they believe insurance companies actually owe money to customers. . Because it is a class-action lawsuit, all people in Colorado who have uninsured/underinsured motorist insurance on more than one vehicle are affected."
Rocky Mountain News, May 14, 2004
"Insurers Fight Suit Over Policy Charges"
Denver Post, May 14, 2004
Suit: Auto Insurance Overpaid
"Lawyers for a group of Colorado motorists claim consumers have systematically overpaid auto insurance premiums for the past 25 years and should be reimbursed."
Denver Business Journal, Oct. 10-16, 2003
Business With a Cause: Attorney [Bob] Hill is Tops in Colorado Volunteer Work
"[Bob] Hill has spent nearly 30 years participating in community service and pro bono cases that he believes have really made a difference."
The Wall Street Journal, Aug. 4, 2003
Pension Rulings Roil Hundreds of Businesses
Regarding the firm's successful pension litigation against IBM Corp.: " ...a decision that potentially could require IBM to recalculate benefits for 130,000 employees and retirees."
The Pueblo Chieftain, April 17, 2003
AWDI Rejects $694,000 for Its Baca Ranch Water Stake
[Alamosa] Valley Courier, Jan. 16, 2002
Baca's Bedfellows Seen
"RGWCD Attorney David Robbins said this brings out the importance of the district working with groups such as the Ecosystem Council ."
The Pueblo Chieftain, Feb. 17, 2000
Sand Dune Park Called Key to Water Future
The Pueblo Chieftain, Jan. 17, 1999
San Luis Valley's Water Fight for Keeps, Lawyer Tells Historians
"A water warrior [David Robbins] says the San Luis Valley must continue to fight to protect its resources. ."