Patent Reform on the Horizon

In a unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court shook up the world of patent litigation in a big way last week with the resolution of TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods Group Brands. Hundreds, possibly thousands of patent cases have an uncertain future as details get hammered...

Criminal Case Dropped Due to Recreated Body Cam Footage

A Pueblo attorney is reconsidering his trust in body-worn cameras by police after a criminal case was dismissed because an investigator re-created a search without reporting it.

Judicial Branch Extending Search for Court Administrator

The Colorado Supreme Court announced yesterday that it will extend its search for Colorado’s next State Court Administrator. Earlier this week, the court interviewed candidates...

2017 Legislative Session Comes to an End

The 71st General Assembly ended May 10, after legislators went through over 100 remaining bills — some of which were left behind when the assembly adjourned sine die.

Court Considers Boundaries of Separation Agreements

A major case dealing with what employers can put in separation agreements was argued before a three-judge panel on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.

The Court of Last Resort

The Supreme Court heard two cases where it was asked where the limitations of campaign contributions lie.

Judge Appointed to Sedgwick County Court

Gov. John Hickenlooper has appointed James Craig Dolezal as judge on the Sedgwick County Court in the 13th Judicial District. He fills a vacancy...

Final Orders Issued in Rocky Flats Litigation

After 27 years, the Rocky Flats litigation has come to a close.

The Next in ‘a Variety of -Isms’

Attorneys marry old case law with novel social issues in legal fight over wedding cake.

DUI Law Allows Refusal as Evidence of Guilt

The Colorado Supreme Court found that while refusal to submit to chemical testing in DUI cases can’t be criminalized, it can be used as evidence of guilt.