Bryan Cave Elects 11 New Partners, One in Denver

Bryan Cave elected 11 of its attorneys to partnership positions, including transactional attorney Heather Boelens in Denver, after a vote from firm leadership, according to an announcement Monday.

Bryan Cave Names New Office Managing Partner

LAW WEEK COLORADO Bryan Cave announced Oct. 5 that partner Paul Lopach will serve as deputy office managing partner in the Denver office. He will...

Burleson Names Denver Managing Partner

LAW WEEK COLORADO Burleson announced today Jamie Jost, a leading energy and regulatory lawyer in the Rocky Mountain region, has been named managing partner of the...

Denver Shareholder To Be CEO Of Greenberg Traurig

LAW WEEK COLORADO With the expansion of Greenberg Traurig's senior management team, Denver shareholder Brian Duffy will step into the role of chief executive officer for the...

Evans Case Rebrands, Renovates

LAW WEEK COLORADO Evans Case celebrated its newly remodeled office May 28 at Tower 1660, 1660 S. Albion St. in Denver. The office occupies the building's...

XCel Energy Legal Department Recognized As ACC Value Champion

LAW WEEK COLORADO The Association of Corporate Counsel announced today that Xcel Energy was named a 2015 ACC Value Champion for creating a legal efficiency strategies...

EEOC Issues Guidance On Wellness Programs

By Doug Chartier, LAW WEEK COLORADO As popular as corporate wellness programs are among employers, it’s been tricky to gauge where many of those programs stand...

Burg Simpson Awards 10 College Scholarships

Burg Simpsonannounced today that the firm has selected 10 Colorado high school seniors as scholarship recipients in their 3rd Annual Scholarship Contest. Burg Simpson awarded nine...

Background Checks: A Class-Action Magnet

By Doug Chartier, LAW WEEK COLORADO A perceivably minor stipulation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act is resulting in high-profile employers paying out major class-action settlements. On...

Hurdles Persist For Cannabis Company Banking, Crowdfunding

By Doug Chartier, LAW WEEK COLORADO Colorado’s marijuana-based companies will need to wait before they can practicably outgrow their current cash-only model. State officials say, however,...