Rodney "Roddy" W. Stieger is a Member in the Construction, Energy, and Government groups, focusing on contractual issues and commercial litigation. He practices out of the Firm's office in Denver, Colorado.
Roddy is a consummate business law attorney who routinely works with commercial and government contractor clients across several different industries, including construction, energy, software, IT, aerospace and defense. He frequently helps businesses draft and negotiate a wide range of contractual agreements and advises clients about their business, regulatory, and liability risks.
Roddy has a great deal of commercial litigation experience, including class actions, and frequently assists construction, real estate, and energy clients navigate the litigation process while trying to achieve the best possible business outcome. He also assists government contractors with protests, claims, and appeals before the Government Accountability Office and various government boards of contract appeals. Whether his clients are small business owners or Fortune 500 companies, Roddy cuts through the legal red tape that business owners often confront.
Many would describe Roddy as the ultimate team player. He is someone who works well in any group but is not afraid to step in and lead when the situation calls for it. They’re skills he honed as captain of the varsity baseball team at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia.
While Roddy knows the law, he knows that his clients are the experts in their businesses. That’s why he works collaboratively with his clients to put together a legal strategy that works best for them. Roddy also understands that listening is one of the best skills a lawyer can possess. He knows he is only an effective advocate if he fully understands his clients’ businesses, needs, and concerns. Roddy is not satisfied until he develops and implements a strategy that results in the best overall business and legal outcome for his clients.
Roddy now calls Colorado home but is an Ohio native—so don’t try to convince him that there is anything wrong with Cincinnati’s Skyline Chili. When he is outside of the office he loves to explore all the Denver area has to offer with his wife and son. He also spends his time giving back to the community, volunteering at the Denver nonprofits Flyers for Kids and Metro Caring.