Legal Lasso: Citizenship Question Will Continue

by Tony Flesor

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IN LOCAL NEWS:

Holland & Hart 
Holland & Hart has seen many attorneys lateral away from the firm across its offices in the past year. “Holland & Hart prides itself on being in the category of law firms that are working hard on changing and adapting, and it is looking to the future with investments in technology and innovation,” firm managing partner Tom O’Donnell said.

Denver Passes Green Roof Law
Nearly a year after Denver voters approved a “green roofs” law, the Denver City Council passed a new version that makes it a “white roofs law.”

Guilty Plea Haunting RTD Board Candidate
An RTD board candidate might not be able to serve, if elected, because of a guilty plea nearly a decade ago in a case involving the theft of human services benefits.

Trump Administration Holding Off on Public Land Drilling
The Trump administration is pressing pause on plans to allow oil and gas development on public land in Colorado.

Down to the Wire
Still working on your ballot? Or wondering where to drop it off? It’s not too late to get your last-minute voting questions answered and get your vote counted.

 

IN NATIONAL NEWS

Census Challenge Will Continue to Trial
The U.S. Supreme Court opted not to block a trial challenging a census question that asks about citizenship.

Polsinelli Leaving Polsinelli
James Polsinelli, founder of Polsinelli, is retiring from the firm. The name will continue on as a brand for the firm.

Kavanaugh Ceremony Adjusted Due to Security Concerns
A formal ceremony for Justice Brett Kavanaugh will skip the part where the new justice walks down the courthouse steps. He will forego the walk out of security concerns.

Connecticut Gets a Dreamer Lawyer
Connecticut got its first “Dreamer” lawyer after the new attorney fought to change the state’s bar admission requirements.

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