Judicial Discipline: ‘It’s Not Perfect, But It’s Close’

This year, the Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline celebrates its 50th year.

The Intricacies of the P3

With massive redevelopments of Denver International Airport, Union Station and Colorado’s busiest high-ways grabbing headlines in recent years, it might seem that public-private partnerships are a novelty in the state.

The DOJ’s Renewed Affirmative Action Focus

The Justice Department is preparing to investigate universities over their affirmative action policies, according to an internal announcement obtained earlier this month.

Schools Get New Contract Tools

A state bill signed into law that went into effect Aug. 9 has given Colorado colleges and universities the ability to compete for employees...
State Senator Owen Hill and State Rep. Clarice Navarro

Bill Denies Bail to Domestic Violence Offenders

Last week, a new bill denying bail to those convicted of stalking and domestic violence went into effect. The impetus for House Bill 1150...

Tenth Circuit Sides with Staffing Agency in ADA Case

A staffing agency got a win at the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals last month over a failure-to-accommodate claim. But the seemingly rare appellate...

Over at Last

Fraud, a murder trial and six amended judgments: The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision to end a nine-year legal battle that has spanned two states and included six amended judgments and several appeals.

Splitting (Angel) Hairs

The U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado has dismissed a consolidated lawsuit brought against Noodles & Company for failing to prevent a data breach of customer financial information.

Congress Takes Shot at Browning-Farris

Between the courts and Congress, the days of the National Labor Relations Board’s expanded joint employer standard might be numbered.

Denver ‘Exploring’ Immigration Legal Defense Fund

Hancock on Tuesday proposed an executive order stating the city will not cooperate with federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement.