Supreme Court justices seemed split yesterday as they heard arguments about whether a question about citizenship should be added to the 2020 census. We’re wondering how often the court tips its hand in arguments, though.
And the end of the Colorado legislature is fast approaching on the horizon. There are many changes coming in the energy and health care industries and labor and employment changes that span industries as well. We’re putting out a call for attorneys to submit opinion articles to Law Week with insights in how the new laws might affect their practice areas or their clients’ businesses.
IN LOCAL NEWS
Killer Tries to Leave Court During Sentencing
A convicted killer tried to walk out of a courtroom during testimony from his victim’s aunt during his sentencing hearing.
Longmont City Council Discussed Airport Lawsuit
The Longmont City Council last night discussed behind closed doors the Mile-Hi Skydiving lawsuit that alleges illegal land use policies at the municipal airport.
Illegal Petes Has a Legal Fight in Delaware
Colorado burrito restaurant Illegal Petes is suing Delaware officials for refusing to convert it to a Delaware limited liability company because of the “negative connotation” of its name.
Personal Income Growth Growing
Colorado’s personal income growth is among the best in the country — according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the average grew by 5.7% last year.
CPA Sued Over Money Problems
Bank of the West is suing a local CPA, saying he owes $692,651 on two loans and a credit card account.
IN NATIONAL NEWS
Legal Trouble Not Over for Empire Actor
The two brothers who helped stage the attack on actor Jussie Smollett are suing Smollett’s lawyers for defamation.
Trump Says Aides are One and Done
President Donald Trump said he’s opposed to current and former White House aides providing testimony to congressional panels because they already cooperated with the special counsel’s investigation.
The Opioid Crisis’ Effect on Jails
County jails around the country are struggling as the opioid crisis turns them into their area’s largest treatment centers for addicts.
BigLaw Scales Tip Across Seas
BigLaw is seeing a growth in international lawyers as their domestic offices shrink — is it time for a restructuring?
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