HALEY MAGLIERI is a Partner in the firm’s Denver office. She focuses her practice on civil litigation involving labor and employment, construction defects, and general liability, including, premises liability and negligence. Haley represents both individuals and companies in complex and diverse matters and is highly regarded by her clients for her ability to assess risk and develop legal strategies that result in positive outcomes.
With regard to her labor and employment work, Haley is an advocate for individual and corporate clients facing allegations of unfair employment practices. She has successfully litigated matters involving harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, and Title VII violations. She has a proven track record of handling employment claims in both the administrative process and litigation. In addition to her litigation practice, Haley counsels employers on a variety of matters to aid in the development of policies and protocols that minimize risk.
Haley has broad experience litigating and managing all aspects of multifaceted litigation, including motions practice; extensive fact and expert deposition discovery; preparing and defending witnesses; fact investigation; document discovery; and the use of protective orders to safeguard proprietary and privileged materials. Haley has tried cases in both state and federal court and when the claims are complex and potentially confusing, she develops themes and trial strategies that engage jurors. She is dedicated to providing her clients with the highest level of representation.
In her free time, Haley enjoys cooking and spending quality time with her husband and two boys.
- Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D., 2008
- Texas Tech University, B.A. Communications, 2005
- The Absentee Client and 30(b)(6) Deposition,” Colorado Defense Lawyers Association (December 2016)
- “Joint Liability: Are Developers, Builders and Subcontractors Legally Connected?” Colorado Defense Lawyers Association (December 2015)
Counts v. Ironbridge, Summer 2015, Construction Defect. Verdict awarded less than pre-judgment setoff.
- Wood, Smith, Henning & Berman, Attorney
- Bloom Murr Accomazzo & Siler, Attorney