Nominees Selected for 17th District Judgeship

The 17th Judicial District Nominating Commission has nominated three candidates for a district court judgeship created by the retirement of Judge Thomas Ensor, effective Sept....

10th Circuit Revises Urban Renewal Decision

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit on July 31, revised its opinion in M.A.K Investment Group v. City of Glendale and...

Immunity Claim Shields Detectives from Lawsuit

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals last week reversed a district court decision that had allowed Lawrence Montoya to pursue constitutional violations, including claims...

Azar Confirmed as Lead on Edward Jones Class Action

As its lawsuit against Wells Fargo chugs along, Franklin D. Azar & Associates is taking the helm of a class action against another financial...

OARC Updates CLE Requirements With New Rule

With a new addition to the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure that took effect July 1, the Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel is hoping...

EPA Can Ignore ‘High-Wind’ Days When Judging Clean Air

For someone who lives on Colorado’s eastern plains, high winds might not seem to be an “exceptional event.” But for the purpose of determining...

Cause of Action Institute Joins TABOR Case

A Washington, D.C.-based watchdog organization has jumped into an ongoing Colorado lawsuit filed to challenge hospital provider charges under the Taxpayer Bill of Rights,...
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State Supreme Court to Decide Fate of JLWOP Law

Following a trilogy of U.S. Supreme Court decisions that banned life without parole for juvenile offenders, about 50 Colorado inmates who received that particular...

IBM Wins Tax Liability Case

Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell recently represented IBM in a Denver bench trial against the City of Golden that resulted in the court invalidating certain tax...

10th Circuit Smokes Marijuana Tax Challenge

Nobody enjoys tax season; but likely few people dread the weeks preceding April 15 more than pot shop owners. Ever since Colorado voters kicked off...