The IP Trifecta

By Michael Dulin, Margaret Arcaro, and Taryn Elliott POLSINELLI It is all too common that when a product finally achieves commercial success, copycats soon follow with cheap, foreign made imitations. These copycats take dead aim on...

Independent Law Practice: Redefining Success

Hanging out your own shingle can be stressful and intimidating, but a few tips may help potential solos get started.

Big Ticket Sports Law Issues in 2017

The firm changes leadership during a time of transition.

State Appeals Court Rules on Exculpatory Agreements

In Stone v. Life Time Fitness, Inc., et al., the Colorado Court of Appeals issued a published opinion in which it declined to enforce “exculpatory clauses” contained in a “Member Usage Agreement.”

The IP Trifecta

By Michael Dulin, Margaret Arcaro, and Taryn Elliott POLSINELLI It is all too common that when a product finally achieves commercial success, copycats soon follow with...

High Court Rules in Favor of CO Land Developers

On April 17, 2017, the Colorado Supreme Court issued an opinion with lasting importance for developers, builders, contractors, designers and homeowners in Colorado. The...

‘Sanctuary Cities’— No Lessons Learned

President Donald Trump is offering no carrots, just a rather pointed stick, for cities that choose not to act as de facto and de...

A ‘Renewed Commitment’ to Criminial Immigration Enforcement

Following a tour of our Southern border and an animated speech encouraging increased immigration enforcement, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memo asking U.S....

A New War on Marijuana?

The Trump Administration’s appointment of Attorney General Jeff Sessions has given pause to even seasoned marijuana businesses.