An employee might not have been cautious when posting inflammatory comments online, but the employer should be when determining whether to terminate him or her for it.
The Ralph Carr Freedom Defense Act passed a party-line vote in committee Thursday evening.
The CU Law School held its annual Alumni Awards Banquet, honoring six awardees.
One of Colorado’s largest law firms lost a founding partner last week.
For this "professionally aggressive" securities attorney, there's no such thing as over-preparation for a day in court.
Davis Graham & Stubbs partner Jordan Lipp has a rule to follow as a litigator: The jury must always see the product he’s defending.
This litigator finds the slower pace of civil trials more suited to his personality.
While known for his appelate acumen, Sean Connelly proved last year that he can still get a big win in trial court, too.
As both the firm litigation chair for Polsinelli as well as a practicing litigator with her own clients and cases, Stacy Carpenter is doing double-time for the 19-office national firm.
For Brandee Caswell, gaining trust in the courtroom is all about being honest, confident and credible.