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Ninth Circuit Sets Standard for Pay Parity

Judge Stephen Reinhardt solidified his legacy as a “liberal lion” in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals with a significant employment law opinion that...

When Statutes Collide

The torch has passed to the Colorado Supreme Court to settle an apparent conflict in both case law and statute about the question of...

Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in People v. Ray

The Colorado Supreme Court heard oral arguments last week in People v. Ray, a death penalty case concerning the language of instructions given to...

Justice Nathan Coats to Serve as Supreme Court Chief

Justice Nathan Coats will fill the role of chief upon Chief Justice Nancy Rice's retirement, June 30.

I-70 Expansion Project to Continue Despite Challenge

An order handed down by the Colorado federal district court last week cleared a major hurdle for defendants in the ongoing case to halt...

Ocwen Seeks New Trial After $400k Verdict Loss

Persistent errors in a Parker woman’s credit report culminated in a six-figure verdict against her mortgage loan company. But the company is looking to...

Water, Water, Everywhere – Except the West

After a 16 year-battle to preserve federal water transfer rules, Western states and water providers can finally rejoice. Late last month, the U.S. Supreme...
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EPA Water Rule Challenge to Continue for 13 States

A federal judge in North Dakota cleared the way for several states to challenge a rule that gives the federal government jurisdiction over water...

Court Takes Rare Look at Age-Old Property Dispute

The Colorado Supreme Court looked back nearly 400 years and across the pond to a pair of property law cases from 17th century England...

Tenth Circuit: ICE Detainees Get Chance to Prove Citizenship

An individual detained by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement must be afforded the opportunity to prove citizenship in an Article III court, the 10th Circuit...