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Stricken from the Books

The Colorado Supreme Court on Oct. 10 rendered Colorado’s human smuggling statute void. The court decided in Fuentes-Espinoza v. People that the federal Immigration...

Judge Profile: Charles Pratt

If you’re a civil litigator who yearns to get into the courtroom more often, consider becoming a judge someday. That’s one of the reasons Judge...

Ethics Rule Change Proves Divisive

Lines have been drawn over the recent Colorado Supreme Court decision that changed one of the Rules of Professional Conduct. Rule 8.4 stipulates that it...

Scanning For Ethics

Because disability cases in the U.S. legal system represent so much money at stake, it seems to make sense that complex brain imaging technology...

Dickie McCamey & Chilcote Expands to Denver

Dickie McCamey & Chilcote, a national, full-service law firm, announced the opening of its Denver office effective Oct. 1.

Jury Awards SkyWest Employee in Discrimination Case

A discrimination trial recently ended in a multimillion-dollar verdict, but it would launch multiple proceedings for criminal contempt. On Sept. 25, a Colorado federal jury...

Building Blocks for Public Financing

Last week the Colorado Supreme Court heard arguments in a notorious lawsuit that has alleged fraud and deception in a Greenwood Village residential community...

Supreme Court Reviews License Revocation Statute

A case currently before the Colorado Supreme Court promises to determine what is admissible evidence in driver’s license revocation hearings. Oral arguments heard in...

Caked With Complications

The Department of Justice Sept. 7 filed an amicus brief in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission in support of Masterpiece Cakeshop and...

Applications Available for Court of Appeals Judgeship

The Supreme Court Nominating Commission is accepting applications for a Colorado Court of Appeals judgeship created by the retirement of Judge Dennis Graham, effective Feb....