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Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman Appoints Deputy Attorney General for Revenue and Utilities

DENVER -- Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman has appointed Eric Meyer as the Deputy Attorney General of the Revenue and Utilities Section.

“Since joining the Attorney General’s Office in 2007, Eric has proven to be an effective litigator and team leader,” said Attorney General Coffman. “I am confident that through his continued leadership, Eric will serve the citizens of Colorado well in his new role.”

Meyer joined the Colorado Attorney General’s Office as an Assistant Attorney General representing the Colorado Department of Transportation.  He later transitioned into the Revenue and Utilities Section, leading the litigation of conservation easement tax credits and assisting the Department of Revenue in resolving almost all of a backlog of hundreds of these disallowed credits. Meyer holds a Juris Doctor and a Master of Laws in Taxation from the University of Denver.

The Revenue and Utilities Section provides litigation and general counsel support to the Colorado Department of Revenue clients and the Property Tax Administrator and Property Tax Division within the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. The Section also provides litigation support to the litigation staff of the Colorado Public Utilities Commission.

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