Jason Nutzman works out of our Denver office in our natural resources, energy and environment practice group. Jason’s practice focuses on representing mining companies nationwide regarding Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and general employment matters. He represents both coal and metal/non-metal clients before the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission in accident investigations, special investigations, and discrimination investigations conducted by the Department of Labor with respect to the Mine Safety and Health Act.
In his practice, he works with human resource managers and in-house counsel providing employment advice and litigation support to employers. Jason also provides employment counseling to employers from the beginning of the employment relationship through termination, and employment advice covering all types of discrimination and wrongful discharge, FMLA, ADA, ADEA and FLSA issues, and non-compete agreements. He is also experienced in representing clients regarding labor issues, including dealing with unions during a labor campaign and assisting management with a unionized workforce.
Jason is married to Robyn Eads Nutzman and has three daughters, Taylor, Payton, and Skylar. When he’s not in the office, you’ll probably find Jason chasing his three girls around town either at soccer or basketball practice – or violin lessons.