Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell Celebrates 20 Years

Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell on Feb. 1, marked 20 years of being “trial tested.” The litigation firm started in Denver as Wheeler Trigg Kennedy in 1998...
John Boyd and Eli Wald

Broadening the Definition of Productivity

A report released this month doesn’t lay out a rosy outlook of the national BigLaw market. The State of the Legal Market report outlines decreasing...

Insurance Defense Firm Opens Rocky Mountain Outpost

Not unlike with the rest of the general population, Colorado’s outdoors and lifestyle perks are drawing lawyers to the state. And also not unlike...

The Family Business

Griffiths Law’s newest shareholders are fitting in quite well so far. And it’s not just because two of them are the co-founder’s sons. With the...

Holland & Hart Wants a Revolution

Holland & Hart isn’t looking to change the way the firm does business. They’re planning to change the legal industry. The 70-year-old law firm announced...

Cannabis Takes Over the World

Last week, Denver-based cannabusiness firm Hoban Law Group announced plans to open several international offices, four this fall in the European Union and two...

Mocking Up the Trial Process

Practice makes perfect when it comes to trial prep. The Metier Law Firm in Fort Collins, which specializes in personal injury cases, is making trial...

Investing Westward

The 2010s have been a good decade to Spencer Fane so far, and the firm has some theories as to why. With 16 offices across...

ESQLegal Sprouting Up in RiNo

Solo and small-firm practitioners in Denver are increasingly signing leases at coworking spaces to cut their overhead but still work near other lawyers. Later...

Former Interior Department Secretary Joins WilmerHale

Former deputy secretary of the Department of the Interior Michael Connor is joining fellow former Interior Department leaders at WilmerHale. Connor will join the law...