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Boulder, Xcel Dispute Reaches Colorado Supreme Court

Last week, the City of Boulder cleared another hurdle in its efforts to secure permission to operate its own utility company. The Colorado Supreme...

Judge Appointed in 17th District

Sean Finn fills the judge seat vacated by Judge Ted Tow.

Another Year, Another 401(k) Suit

A lawsuit alleging excessive fees and imprudent investments with assets from a 401(k) plan has cleared the hurdle of achieving class action certification. Although...

Supreme Court Considers Reach of CGIA

The City of Colorado Springs can be sued for injuries resulting from decades of environmental contamination that happened long before the establishment of a...
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National Au Pair Lawsuit Moves Forward as Class Action

More than three years into a lawsuit challenging the pay structure of the U.S. au pair program, the plaintiffs reached a major milestone: getting...

Supreme Court Weighs in on Campaign Finance Issues

In late January, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled in two cases concerning campaign finance. One, Coloradans for a Better Future v. Campaign Integrity Watchdog,...

Making a Case for Defining Debt

With a recent ruling on non-judicial foreclosures, 10th Circuit Court of Appeals added one more voice to the conflicting opinions from other federal circuits...

Oral Arguments Heard in Fort Collins Topless Ban Case

A lawsuit challenging the City of Fort Collins’ topless ban has reached the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. Brittiany Hoagland, founder of the Fort...

New Rules Issued for Colorado’s Judicial Evaluations

Colorado has new rules on deck that will control its judicial performance commissions and how they evaluate the state’s judges. The Office of Judicial Performance...

Directing the Flow of Funds

The Colorado Supreme Court last week gave the final word in a case involving Planned Parenthood, which questioned whether the state “indirectly” funded abortion...