Workers Win in Vail Valley

The undocumented workers who frequently staff Colorado ski resorts saw a collective victory with a case last year involving state and national prosecuting agencies as well as Dener law firm Rathod Mohamedbhai.

Top Verdicts 2016

The list of 2016’s largest verdicts and background information on the cases was provided by Jury Verdict Reporter of Colorado.

The Next in ‘a Variety of -Isms’

Attorneys marry old case law with novel social issues in legal fight over wedding cake.

‘I’m Broken Too’

Criminal defense attorney and author Bryan Stevenson talks about ‘getting proximate’ with the most vulnerable in a flawed justice system

Public Officials Go Private

Two top public attorneys returned in-house this year, and two separate events last week showed they're getting down to work.

Bill Defines PTSD Coverage for First Responders

A bill that will allow first responders who are exposed to repeated violence, death and trauma to file for workers’ compensation is one step closer to becoming law.

Dancers Demand Living Wages

A March federal court ruling in favor of exotic dancers who brought a lawsuit against their employer defends employees and their right to fair wages and working conditions.

Courts Matter Urges Reconsideration of Rodriguez

Courts Matter Colorado marked the one-year anniversary of Regina Rodriguez’s nomination for the vacant judgeship on the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado by...

‘Buy American, Hire American’

The theme for attorneys at the intersection of immigration and employment law seems to be uncertainty.

Educating ‘Legal First Responders’

Some Denver attorneys are stepping up to help immigrants, detainees and refugees in the U.S. by expanding their knowledge in immigration law.