FTC Authority is Checked in Cybersecurity Actions

Following a federal appeals decision, the Federal Trade Commission’s ability to police companies over cybersecurity remains intact, except that it must be specific on...

Jason Dunn Nominated to be U.S. Attorney

Dunn will take over the position from Bob Troyer

The Ins and Outs of ‘Outside GCs’

Just because most startups can’t afford their own general counsel doesn’t mean they couldn’t use one. That idea is the rationale behind many private lawyers...

A Revised Process

Eric Voogt has worked with process servers for all of his 20 years as an attorney. And his experience with the often-frustrating status quo...

A Brief History of LGBT Rights in Colorado

The history of the LGBT community in Colorado and its relationship with the state’s laws and government is a rocky one. To learn the details...

Governor Writes to Congress on Family Separation Policy

Today, Gov. John Hickenlooper with the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition sent a letter urging Congress to pass the Keep Families Together Act that would...

Court of Appeals Gives Guidance on Eminent Domain

In closing a gap in state case law, the Colorado Court of Appeals gave new guidance on when a municipality can use its powers...

Unions May Continue Pushing Smaller Bargaining Units

The NLRB’s new stance on so-called “micro units” might not discourage unions from proposing smaller bargaining groups to win elections. On May 31, a small...

IAALS Focuses on Summary Judgment

For years, courts have targeted discovery as a pain point for the cost and efficiency of courts. But with a new report, the focus...

Date Set For Homeless Sweeps Trial

Homeless plaintiffs and the City of Denver disagreed over issues at a Tuesday hearing