Brandon Dittman

Brandon Dittman

Brandon M. Dittman is a founder and partner of Wilson Williams Fellman Dittman. Brandon was previously a partner at the law firm of Kissinger & Fellman, P.C. Brandon currently serves as the Town Attorney for the Towns of Lyons and Empire, City Attorney for the City of Las Animas, and General Counsel for the Colorado Association of Municipal Utilities (CAMU). Brandon represents public and private entities in a wide variety of municipal, utility, energy, railroad, telecommunications, technology, land use, and aviation law matters and is a specialist in electric, natural gas, telecommunications, and railroad representation before the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC), matters involving the use and regulation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) i.e. “drones,” and negotiating leases for renewable energy siting. Brandon particular enjoys assisting local governments and their elected officials and staffs efficiently and effectively manage their organizations and resolving challenging issues through creative problem solving.

Brandon’s legal career began with an emphasis on utility and environmental law. Brandon was Attorney-Fellow at the Municipal Operations Section of the Denver City Attorney’s Office, where he represented the City in electric, gas, steam, railroad, and transportation matters before the Colorado PUC and assisted on a wide variety of environmental, utility, technology, and Americans with Disability Act (ADA) issues before the City. Before that, as an intern with Black Hills Corporation, Brandon focused on energy regulation in Colorado and Wyoming and federal environmental regulation under the Clean Air Act.

Brandon is frequent presenter on local government, utility, energy, railroad, technology, telecommunications, and UAS issues including multiple invitations as a featured speaker at Purdue University and is a frequent conference presenter for the Colorado Municipal League (CML), the Colorado Communications and Utility Alliance (CCUA), the Jersey Access Group (JAG), the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA), and the Washington Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (WATOA). ”

Professional Memberships:
Colorado Bar Association
American Bar Association
Colorado Municipal League
Metro City Attorneys Association (MCAA)
National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA)
The Colorado Association of Municipal Utilities (CAMU)

J.D., University of Colorado School of Law
             Production Editor, Colorado Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law Review
B.A. with distinction, Political Science, Purdue University, West Lafayette
B.S. with distinction, Economics, Purdue University, West Lafayette s

New Jersey

Author, “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).

Author, “Drone Technology,” New Jersey Municipalities, Apr. 2017.

Author, “Is Social Media the New Town Square?,” Colorado Municipalities Oct. 2017.

Author, “Is Social Media the New Town Square?: A Primer To Social Media And The Law For Local Governments. City Scan: North Dakota League of Municipalities Jan. 2018