Finding the Gold

Two prominent, distinct narratives exist for Olympics host cities. One woven by proponents touts the...

Court of Appeals Judge Suspended

The Colorado Supreme Court has suspended Court of Appeals Judge Laurie Booras while the Commission...

(Still) An Uncertain Future for Marijuana Businesses

It’s been nearly three months since Attorney General Jeff Sessions revoked the Cole Memo, the...

Bill Aims to Align National Standards for Municipal Courts

A bill introduced in the Colorado Senate aims to expand state-regulated public defense attorneys to municipal courts indigent defendants. The Senate Judiciary Committee heard...

No Longer an Easy Target

A pair of bills intended to crack down on websites complicit in sex work and trafficking have landed on President Donald Trump’s desk after...

SCOTUS: State Courts Can Keep Federal Securities Class Actions

More companies might be stuck defending federal securities claims in state courts following a new decision by the U.S. Supreme Court. Justice Elena Kagan delivered...

Foley & Larder Combines with Gardere Wynne Sewell

Correction: The headline of this article originally had an incorrect spelling of the law firm Gardere Wynne Sewell. Foley & Lardner and Gardere Wynne Sewell announced Friday...

When Private Information Becomes Public

The technological landscape has become increasingly conducive to sharing all kinds of information — personal or otherwise. But recent developments shed light on the...