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.

Employers Brace for Workplace Raids to Return Under Trump

U.S. employers saw a long respite from federal immigration raids. But that’s expected to change soon.

‘Oh Happy Day’

After years of failed attempts, the Colorado legislature reached a bipartisan agreement on construction defects reform last week

ChIPs Launches Colorado Chapter

ChiPs launched its Colorado chapter April 20 at the USPTO in Denver, where panelists within the IP and technology industries spoke about the importance of diversity within the fields of STEM.

Cannabis Quirks in Intellectual Property Law

With that in mind, cannabis entrepreneurs might require more savvy in protecting their brands, processes, formulas and other intellectual property that helps them compete.

LGBT Couple Prevails in Fair Housing Act Case

A federal district court in Boulder County may have made histroy when it found that a property owner violated the Fair Housing Act by refusing to rent to a LGBT couple

Homeowners Achieve $13 Million Arbitration Win

An Aurora housing association received over $13 million as an arbitration award against a national homebuilder.

Another Win for Qwest in Traffic Pumping Case

A long-running series of lawsuits over a long-distance calling scheme moved closer to a final resolution.

Antitrust Cases of Bundling a Matter of Market Share

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals on last month provided one more data point to provide guidance for antitrust attorneys in an area without a large body of case law.

Marijuana Club Bill Amended, Standards Left to Municipalities

Colorado's "Pot Club Bill" faced some hurdles last week as legislators flinched fro possible federal government intervention.