This year, the Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline celebrates its 50th year.
Between the courts and Congress, the days of the National Labor Relations Board’s expanded joint employer standard might be numbered.
Hancock on Tuesday proposed an executive order stating the city will not cooperate with federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
For this year’s second quarter, nearly 50 big deals were submitted to Law Week, where millions of dollars were won as part of some...
With the money and politicking of judicial elections around the country creating tricky issues for judges, states should reconsider their judicial recusal processes, according to the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System.
A new rule for investment advisers adopted by the Colorado Division of Securities went into effect earlier this month.
The use of unmanned aerial vehicles on construction sites is becoming increasingly useful, and although new regulations and laws around drones continue to evolve, attorneys must be attentive when advising their clients on the legal risks and insurance policies.