Legal Lasso: Agreement on Denver Immigration Ordinance

COMPILED BY LAW WEEK COLORADO’S NEWS STAFF IN LOCAL NEWS: City Announces Details of Immigration Ordinance We shared an article yesterday saying Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and...

CU Law School Offers New Legal Specialties

New course offerings at the University of Colorado Boulder law school for the upcoming academic year give students the opportunity to branch out into specialty focuses such asfood law, poverty law, race in international law, intellectual property and disability rights.

Legal Aid Foundation Receives Record Community Support

Legal Aid Foundation’s annual fundraising drive saw record donations this year totaling nearly $2 million from community law firms and lawyers.

Doug Robinson Gets Down to Business

Even considering his previous endeavors in business and nonprofit work, gubernatorial candidate Doug Robinson says running for governor has been his biggest challenge yet.

$7.3 Million Verdict Reinstated in Government Liability Case

After a second trial, a federal judge said the government was responsible for a man’s severe head injury. The case, which began with a serious bicycle accident on an Air Force Academy trail in 2008, made its way up to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals and back down again with directions to apply a different law.

Supreme Court Ruling Renders Intent Irrelevant in Disparaging Trademarks

In the Supreme Court decision Monday on Matal v. Tam ruling that the government may not refuse to register trademarks deemed disparaging to others,...

Faegre Baker Daniels Adds One to IP Team

Faegre Baker Daniels has welcomed Lane Coffey Womack to the Denver office as an associate to the intellectual property practice and life sciences industry...

Securing Networks Through Public-Private Partnership

Although President Trump is living up to his campaign promise to prioritize the national infrastructure’s resistance to cyberattacks, incentives for private industry players to aid in that goal might look pretty familiar.

Body Camera Case Highlights Heightened Ethical Standards

An officer’s re-creation of a search on a body-worn camera in Pueblo caused a prosecutor to drop a criminal case earlier, and the resulting investigation might impact other cases in the county.

Suyeishi Receives Governor Ralph Carr Award

Denver attorney, Kira Suyeishi of Ireland Stapleton firm, received the Governor Ralph Carr Award from the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Colorado, which...