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Bill Levis has been Consumer Counsel and Director of the Office of Consumer Counsel (OCC) in the Department of Regulatory Agencies since March 2009. Previously, he was the general counsel of CAP Logistics, a freight forwarding company that the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce named as small business of the year in 2008. Prior to that, Bill represented both large and small telecommunications companies before the PUC.
He was the director of public policy for MCI in Denver and appeared on behalf of the company before PUCs and state legislatures in 20 states. Along with the OCC, Bill served on the taskforce that drafted the rules for local telecommunications competition. He also has appeared as a witness in telecom proceedings in several states, including Colorado.Prior to joining MCI where he worked for 19 years, Bill was an Assistant Attorney General in the Colorado Department of Law. There for six years, he represented numerous departments including the Department of Regulatory Agencies. He also has served as a special counsel to Colorado Legislative Council on personnel matters, as regional attorney for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and as an attorney-investigator for the Colorado Civil Rights Commission.
Bill received his BA in Political Science from the University of Michigan and his JD from the University of Illinois. He is licensed to practice law in Colorado and Illinois. Bill is a member of the executive committee of the National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates and is past president of the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado. He also serves on the Colorado Traumatic Brain Injury Trust Fund Board, the board of the Silicon Flatirons center for law, technology entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado and the board of Rocky Mountain Health Care Services in Colorado Springs.