Name: Colin Barnacle Law firm: Holland & Knight Practice: Litigation Law School: University of Denver Sturm College of Law Notes: Barnacle focuses his practice on labor and employment...
For second-year law student Jane Rugg, finding legal courses focused specifically on her chosen path of health care law can be a challenge. Traditional...
For local health care attorneys, being asked to foretell the future of Colorado’s state exchange and the Affordable Care Act is part of the job.
The General Assembly is considering three major bills aimed at construction defects reform in 2017, though their passage might still be a pipedream.
With the help of Denver attorney Kira Suyeishi, one federal inmate receives clemency from President Obama on his last day in office.
In an adversarial system, complications come when an attorney crosses the aisle.
This quarter's Big Deals list is full of local lawyers who worked outside of the metro area.
Despite party lines or hot topics, the job of the OLLS is to write legislation and counsel state lawmakers.
While construction defect litigation underscores policy tensions in Colorado, one case in particular also implicates an ethical enigma for attorneys.
While the idea of facial recognition technology is straightforward enough, its use in criminal investigations carries regulatory ambiguity, accuracy issues and questionable applications — all of which could implicate First and Fourth Amendment rights.
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