Workers’ Comp Cases Remain in ALJ Domain

The Colorado Court of Appeals said public employees seeking workers comp claims are left taking their claims to doctors specified by their employer and will have their cases heard by ALJs

Prop 106 Gains Traction

“Aid in dying” might be legal in Colorado, but it’s not yet accepted practice.

State AGs Urge Congress to Keep Legal Services Funding

A bipartisan group of state attorneys general are the latest to call on the federal government to keep funding the Legal Services Corporation

KLN Joins Homeless Lawsuit After Class Certification Order

A group of civil rights attorneys are joining a lawsuit against the city over its urban camping ban.

Budget Proposal Includes Labor Agency Overhaul

As the Trump administration looks to slash the federal budget, several government agencies are expected to be downsized or combined. And one area that...

Allison Eid Nominated for 10th Circuit Seat

According to reports from the Washington Times and the Denver Post, Eid is President Trump's pick to fill the seat vacated by now-Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.

Colorado on the National Stage

A handful of high-profile cases originating in Colorado were heard by the U.S. Supreme Court earlier this year. One notable case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, has been listed for 14 conferences since September, but the Supreme Court has yet to grant a review for it. Pena-Rodriguez v. Colorado also awaits a decision from the Colorado Supreme Court, after it was remanded by the U.S. Supreme Court in March.

Appointments Made to IEC, Supreme Court Nominating Commission

Gov. John Hickenlooper announced appointments to the Independent Ethics Commission and the Supreme Court Nominating Commission. The Independent Ethics Commission is charged with the implementation...