Healthcare Consultant, Denver
Colorado attorney Martin Flahive has extensive experience serving government and non-profit agencies. In addition his solo law practice, Flahive has worked in a variety of capacities in state and local government, including as an appointee of one governor and two mayors. Flahive is experienced in mediation and negotiation, working over the past several years to manage labor-management relationships within and across state departments. His work now focuses on consulting for state and local governmental and nonprofit entities.
From 2004-2007, Flahive was a special assistant to the Denver Manager of Safety, responsible for program manager for the Denver Urban Area Security Initiative, managing tens of millions of dollars in federal grants as well as the strategic planning for disaster readiness for Denver and 27 regional partners. Past appointments also include Deputy Manager, Denver Department of Parks and Recreation.
Flahive is an adjunct faculty member at Regis University serving as Instructor of business law and ethics for the MBA program. He received his Juris Doctorate Degree from the University of Denver and was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 1978; he earned both his Master of Business Administration and his Bachelor of Science degrees in Physics from the University of Dayton. He has continued his studies in labor negotiation through the Harvard Negotiation Project, as well as mediation training through continuing legal education as well as at the Center for Dispute Resolution in Boulder.
For 33 years, Flahive has served as a soccer official with a current focus on high school competitions..