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...

Excuse Me, I Was Speaking

Through dynamics of language, women justices on the U.S. Supreme Court have an uphill battle to get respect from their male colleagues. But do...

Public Guardianship Project Faces Fundraising Chasm

More than 5,800 Coloradans are in need of a public entity to make big decisions on their behalf. The state has plans to set...
Pernell v. People

Undecided Supreme Court Opinions

Colorado’s Supreme Court wraps up for a two-month break on June 30 and will keep hearing oral arguments right up through June 27. With...

Plaintiffs Cases in the Supreme Court

The Colorado Supreme Court issued major opinions for plaintiff’s side attorneys to celebrate this year, and some of them came as a trio of...

Keeping Data Safe: No One-Size-Fits-All Model

For lawyers including data privacy and security provisions in contracts they put together for clients, they first have to clarify what definition of “data”...

Colorado Cybersecurity Bill to be Strictest in U.S.

Last year’s Equifax data breach exposed information on 145.5 million people. Equifax waited about 40 days to disclose the breach. They lost their consumers’...

The GDPR Effect

In recent weeks, consumers have seen their inboxes fi ll up with notifications from companies letting them know they have all updated their privacy...

Legislative Wrap Up

Gov. John Hickenlooper touted the 2018 legislative session as the most successful one under his two terms in office. The session saw bipartisan compromise on...