Rounding Out Reform Efforts

The Colorado Supreme Court announced March 5 the formation of a commission to examine and recommend possible reform to bail practices around the state....

Department of Justice to Expand Self-Disclosure Program

The U.S. Department of Justice favors its cooperation program for foreign bribery cases enough that it wants to apply it to other white-collar criminal...

Weiser Petitions on to Primary Ballot

Phil Weiser on Thursday turned in petitions to appear on the Democratic ballot for attorney general. He became the first attorney general candidate to...

Colorado Supreme Court Shuts Door on Stale Wage Claims

In a decision that potentially affects all employers and workers in Colorado, the state’s highest court ruled that employees, when fired, can’t seek unpaid...

Chief Justice Nancy Rice to Retire in June

Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Nancy Rice on Wednesday announced she will retire from the state’s high court June 30. “It’s the greatest honor of...

SCOTUS Hears Anticipated Labor Case

Justice Neil Gorsuch remained atypically silent last Monday during oral arguments in a case that could significantly alter U.S. labor law and for which...

SEC ‘Laser-Focused’ on Cybersecurity Issues

As data security breaches and privacy protection become a greater financial concern for companies, so do they for those companies’ investors. The Securities and...

A Rape Shield Law for Victims

Colorado’s criminal code already bars evidence in rape proceedings related to the victim’s sexual conduct, save for a few exceptions, and civil law may...

Michael Dougherty Will Seek to Retain District Attorney Seat

20th Judicial District Attorney Michael Dougherty will ask voters to retain him in his post until 2020.

Michael Dougherty Named Boulder County DA

Gov. John Hickenlooper on Wednesday appointed Michael Dougherty to fill the role of 20th Judicial District Attorney in Boulder County. Dougherty fills the DA...