High Court Rules on Health Care Compliance Standard

The Colorado Supreme Court has answered a question of first impression about arbitration agreements under the Health Care Availability Act’s compliance standard. The vehicle?...

Pair of Judgeships to Open in El Paso County Court

The 4th Judicial District Nominating Commission will be searching for candidates to fill two vacancies on the El Paso County bench that will open...

IAALS Focuses on Summary Judgment

For years, courts have targeted discovery as a pain point for the cost and efficiency of courts. But with a new report, the focus...

Can an Opening Statement Open the Door to Otherwise Inadmissible Evidence?

BY: Sean Lacefield BERG HILL GREENLEAF & RUSCITTI For the second time in eight years the Colorado Supreme Court granted certiorari to decide whether an open...

Colorado Lawyers Committee Marks 40 Years at ...

The Colorado Lawyers Committee held its 40th anniversary luncheon on Tuesday. The organization handed out its Law Firm of the Year and Individual of...

Prison for Breach of Duties of Candor?

By: Karen Hammer HAMMER-LAW The legal world is complicated. Our law practices vary greatly, as do our personalities and political interests. But many lawyers can agree on...

Helicopter Crash Results in $100M Settlement

Attorneys from Ogborn Mihm recently secured a $100 million settlement for a client who had been badly burned in the immediate aftermath of a...

United Found Willful in Age Discrimination

Two former United Airlines employees saw success in their age discrimination lawsuit against the company last week. Plaintiffs Jeanne Stroup and Ruben Lee worked...

Legal Lasso: Colorado Heads to Caucuses

Correction: Colorado's caucuses convene Tuesday night. This article originally incorrectly stated that date. COMPILED BY LAW WEEK COLORADO’S NEWS STAFF IN LOCAL NEWS: Steve Lebsock Expelled Steve Lebsock...
Pernell v. People

Out-of-Court Statements Ruled Harmless in Pernell v. People

What might have been a precedent-setting decision in Colorado criminal case law instead became a ruling on harmless error, as the Colorado Supreme Court...