CU Law School Starts New Human Rights Program

CU Law School Dean James Anaya has written a few books and several articles on human rights and indigenous peoples, partly through his role...

Working for the Weekend

Bruce Smith, dean of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, knew the conversation might be an uncomfortable one to have so early...

Appeals Court Rules on Securities Fraud Claim

A blogger’s opinion could conceivably drive down a company’s stock price. But it might not be “factual” enough to prove the company’s disclosures were...

NFL Halts New Anthem Policy to Come to Compromise

The NFL sparked the latest wave of controversy over the protests during the national anthem in May, when the league owners voted without the...

AG Candidates Release Post-Primary Financial Reports

Coming off a narrow primary victory at the end of June, the Democratic candidate for Colorado attorney general Phil Weiser outraised his Republican opponent...

ACLU, County Sheriff Embroiled in ‘ICE Hold’ Battle

In recent years, Colorado county sheriffs have largely declined to hold prisoners for federal immigration agencies. But the American Civil Liberties Union has been...

North Dakota Files Claim Against USACE

The state of North Dakota has filed notice of a federal tort claim against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the USACE’s alleged...

Is the Endangered Species Act Endangered?

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Fisheries on Wednesday published in the Federal Register a suite of proposed rule...

To Close Deal, Real Estate Developers Tie the Knot

Over the years, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck shareholder Greg Vallin has represented local and national clients on all kinds of real estate and development...

NLRB Coaxing More Parties Into its ADR Program

The National Labor Relations Board wants to see more workers and employers use its in-house alternative dispute resolution. Time will tell if its new...