COMPILED BY LAW WEEK COLORADO’S NEWS STAFF
IN LOCAL NEWS:
Developer Suit Against Holland & Knight Will Continue
The Colorado Court of Appeals brought back a lawsuit against Holland & Knight, which includes claims of negligent misrepresentation.
Home Sellers Get Sticker Shock
An Evergreen couple is suing their former real estate broker and agent who sold their home for $550,000 below their asking price.
Is Colorado a Model for Housing?
HUD Secretary Ben Carson is looking to Colorado for a model for the rest of the country after touring affordable housing for seniors in Aurora.
DOJ Task Force Challenged by LGBTQ Group
One Colorados aid a Department of Justice task force is intended to harm others and make “discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Americans into law.”
Aurora Police Kill Resident on Disturbance Call
Aurora police shot and killed a resident in his home while responding to a disturbance where the resident killed an intruder.
IN NATIONAL NEWS:
Manafort Trial Set to Start
Paul Manafort’s trial begins today with jury selection and maybe opening arguments — but no, it won’t deal with collusion, the Trump campaign or the utterance of the name “Russia.”
Gender Inequity in the Courtroom
It probably doesn’t come as a shock that female attorneys frequently face discrimination or unfair treatment, but in trial, that treatment can extend to their clients’ rights.
The Lasting Effects of Family Separations
Following family reunification, some immigrant parents are finding their kids aren’t the same.
Weil Gotshal Enforcing Employment Waiting Period
Weil Gotshal & Manges is enforcing a six-month waiting period on an attorney leaving the firm for Kirkland & Ellis.
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