A ‘Renewed Commitment’ to Criminial Immigration Enforcement

Following a tour of our Southern border and an animated speech encouraging increased immigration enforcement, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memo asking U.S....

A New War on Marijuana?

The Trump Administration’s appointment of Attorney General Jeff Sessions has given pause to even seasoned marijuana businesses.

Up In Smoke: Marijuana Businesses and Divorce

Just as in any industry, owners of marijuana dispensaries will not be, and have not been, immune to divorce.

Satisfying the Need for Qualified E-Neutrals

On today’s ESI landscape, company cloud-based storage, cyber security and personal voice mail, text messages and social media are considered within the realm of e-discovery

Patent Noninfringement, Pre- and Post-Halo

The U.S. Supreme Court decision in Halo Electronics has fundamentally changed the landscape of willful patent infringement analysis.

Independent Law Practice: Redefining Success

Hanging out your own shingle can be stressful and intimidating, but a few tips may help potential solos get started.

Big Ticket Sports Law Issues in 2017

The firm changes leadership during a time of transition.

State Appeals Court Rules on Exculpatory Agreements

In Stone v. Life Time Fitness, Inc., et al., the Colorado Court of Appeals issued a published opinion in which it declined to enforce “exculpatory clauses” contained in a “Member Usage Agreement.”

Defense Spending Likely to Rise

Following the November elections, pro-defense Congressional members expressed optimism that a Republican-controlled Congress and White House would effectuate defense spending increases.

When Health Care Providers are Impervious to Subpoenas

In United States ex rel. Touhy v. Ragen, the Supreme Court held that the head of a federal agency has the authority to forbid or permit an employee's testimony in response to a subpoena.