Disabled Employee Wins Case Against Airline Employer

Editor’s Note: This is the first of three articles spotlighting CTLA Case of the Year Award nominees. Others will be included in upcoming issues...

Padden, Levin Leave Attorney General Race

Amy Padden and Brad Levin left the attorney general's race, leaving Phil Weiser and Joe Salazar the two remaining Democrats
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Simplified Procedure Rule Revised

Revisions made earlier this month to Colorado Rule of Civil Procedure 16.1 aim to improve access to courts for civil cases. The rule lays out...

SCOTUS Hears Arguments on Foreign Lost Profits Case

One of this year’s most-watched patent cases held oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court. Depending on how broadly the court rules, the outcome...
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Companies Can Still Craft Data Breach Plans for GDPR

The grace period is winding down on a massive data security regulation that is front-of-mind for many U.S. in-house counsel. The European Union’s General Data...

Dreams for Diversity

Colorado Supreme Court Justice William Hood spent 10 years as a prosecutor in the 18th Judicial District. And he recalled instances when a defendant...

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.

FLSA Compliance Shifts in Tip Retention, Overtime Exemption

Between the end of March and the beginning of April, all three branches of government generated significant developments in wage-and-hour compliance. A new amendment...

Finding the Gold

Two prominent, distinct narratives exist for Olympics host cities. One woven by proponents touts the growth the games can bring in the form of...

Court of Appeals Judge Suspended

The Colorado Supreme Court has suspended Court of Appeals Judge Laurie Booras while the Commission on Judicial Discipline investigates a complaint against her. Based...