Denver Business Journal Names Ali Brodie Among ‘Outstanding Women in Business’ HonoreesJuly 16, 2020 – Press Releases
Fox Rothschild LLP congratulates Ali Brodie, who was named to the 2020 class of “Outstanding Women in Business” by the Denver Business Journal.
The annual award features women for “accomplishments within their individual businesses, industries and wider business community, as well as their community impact and philanthropic efforts.”
As Co-Chair of both the Immigration Practice and the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Services Practice at Fox, Brodie directs business development and client service priorities, sets the agenda for educational outreach via programs and webinars, authors articles on key immigration law issues and oversees the recruitment and retention of key legal talent.
Brodie is a leading voice in Colorado on immigration law, particularly the nexus of innovation, investment and immigration. Within her multifaceted practice, Brodie represents companies and individuals in a range of business immigration, I-9 employer compliance and EB-5 investment matters. She advises startups and established companies along with foreign investors and entrepreneurs in connection with visa sponsorship of foreign nationals as well as securing visas and permanent residency. She also helps companies assess immigration compliance and train relevant personnel on federal and state employer verification laws with particular focus in the hotel, restaurant, construction and gaming industries. She is a leading authority on the EB-5 Investor Visa program having represented thousands of investors from around the world.
A thought leader in the business community on issues relating to immigration, Brodie has led or co-led 14 immigration law seminars in Colorado and across the country in 2019 alone. When the subject of Form I-9 immigration employer compliance matters and Social Security No Match letters returned last year, she was widely quoted and among the first attorneys cited in Society for Human Resource Management materials on how employers could be compliant in their response to the letters.
Brodie is an active regional board member of the Anti-Defamation League. She previously served as program chair of the ADL’s 32nd Annual Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program and is a past recipient of the ADL’s Daniel R. Ginsberg National Leadership Award. In addition, she is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), where she is the prior co-chair of the Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee, as well as a former member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Metro Denver. She is also a supporter of the Global Down Syndrome Foundation, headquartered in Colorado.
She earned her J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and her B.A., cum laude, from Boston University.