Supervised Injection Sites Proposed in Denver

Last month, a package of six bills focused on addressing Colorado’s opioid crisis won support from a bipartisan panel of lawmakers and includes a...

Safeway Opinion is a Reminder for Employers

An employer’s mixed outcome in federal appeals court is a detailed lesson for employers on defending against certain discrimination claims. In a Nov. 24 opinion,...

In the Weeds

Denver voters decided to take a step toward environmental sustainability after the passage of Initiative 300 earlier this month, which mandates that after January,...

Finalists Named for Colorado Supreme Court Vacancy

The Supreme Court Nominating Commission has nominated three candidates, all women, for a vacancy on the state’s highest court. Marcy Glenn of Denver, Melissa...

Shapiro Bieging Barber Otteson Helps Strike E*Trade Deal

When E*Trade Financial Corp announced last month that it was acquiring Trust Company of America, it meant the online investing and trading site was...

‘Friends of the Court’

The U.S. Supreme Court has made nearly 100 new “friends of the court” in advance of oral arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil...

Hickenlooper’s Chief of Staff to Return to Brownstein

Gov. John Hickenlooper's office announced Monday that his chief of staff, Doug Friednash, will resign his role and return to Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck....

Cordray Steps Down From CFPB

Turnover at the top of a consumer finance watchdog agency could set off major regulatory shifts for banks and other financial firms. On Nov. 15,...

EEOC Launches Online Portal for Workers

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission could be moving investigations along at a greater clip thanks to some modernization. Workers can now submit inquiries to the...

Broker Protocol and the Case of ‘Mr. Q’

A Denver-based attorney helped investment firm Charles Schwab Corporation win a $1.25 million award in arbitration over a trade secrets misappropriation dispute with Morgan...