Disrespect Can Lead to Discipline

Colorado’s disciplinary judge shares his take on civility in the practice of law The judge who presides over Colorado’s attorney discipline cases hopes that if...

Challenges at Every Phase in ‘Crimmigration’ Practice

Attorneys discuss challenges bias presents for representing immigrants in criminal cases Current chaotic practices in the U.S. for addressing unlawful immigration such as family separations...

Eco-friendly Trend in Denver Architecture

In January, a Denver ordinance went into effect that requires green roofs to be put on all new buildings as well as on existing...

Moving Up

Anyone who’s seen a bee buzzing around downtown has come into contact with the growing use of rooftop real estate. As cities become denser and...

Expanding the Separation of Oil, Gas and Real Estate

Last week saw the certification of two high-profile initiatives for Colorado’s ballot in November. Initiative 97 would increase the setback requirement for oil and...

Construction Defect Law Reaches First Anniversary

A year ago this month, a bill went into effect that was designed to make it more difficult for condominium associations to bring big-ticket...

Corporate Counsel Spotlight: Lee Reichert

If you were going to pick your first day as a beer company’s chief legal officer, it probably wouldn’t be March 1, 2018. But...

Corporate Counsel Spotlight: Michelle Berge

School districts exist to educate students, but such a large public-facing organization much also be equipped to handle myriad issues that affect kids, their...
The U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado will allow Mountain Coal, a mining company, to expand operations into the Gunnison National Forest.

District Court OKs Mine Exploration in Wilderness Area

For nearly a decade, the question of whether a mining company, Mountain Coal, would be allowed to expand operations into a pristine wilderness area...
FERC is looking to gather more information from utilities in order to gauge the threat of hacking that could compromise the U.S. power grid.

New FERC Rule Includes Cyber Concerns for Power Grids

Federal agencies dealing in everything from consumer protection to securities have made moves in recent years to address cybersecurity standards. The watchdog for energy...