Colorado Court of Appeals

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for June 3

The Colorado Court of Appeals weighed in on three cases on June 3 including rulings in People v. Williamson and People in Interest of E.S.

Federal Courts Weigh in on Restaurant Revitalization Fund 

Several federal court decisions cast doubt on race and sex preferences in a program to give financial help to the nation’s restaurants.
Colorado Court of Appeals

Colorado Supreme Court Says Legislature Must Leave Redistricting Details to Independent Commissions

Independent redistricting commissions must remain independent, according to a...
Colorado Supreme Court: Liberty and Justice for All

Colorado Supreme Court Says Insurer Can’t Intervene in Construction Defects Trial

The Colorado Supreme Court affirmed that an insurance company is not entitled to intervene in a case where the insured has entered an agreement to assign its bad-faith claims to a third party.
Colorado Supreme Court

Supreme Court Rules DHS Not Required to Aid Indian Parents in Tribal Enrollment

The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that departments of human services aren't required to help parents enroll their children in tribes, when eligible, but it's a best practice to do so.

Court Opinions: Attorney Regulation Opinions for May 2021

Editor’s Note: Law Week Colorado edits court opinion summaries...
Colorado Supreme Court

Colorado Supreme Court Says School Funding Bill Doesn’t Violate TABOR

The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that a bill that would raise property taxes does not require further voter approval under TABOR.
Colorado Court of Appeals

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for May 20

The Colorado Court of Appeals found that police violated a defendant's Fourth Amendment rights by investigating an unlabeled pill bottle found in his car.
Pago Bay in Guam

U.S. Supreme Court Says Guam Can Proceed in Environmental Fight

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the federal government's effort to block Guam’s claim for cleanup of an abandoned military weapons dump

Senators Recommend District Judge Nominees

Colorado’s two U.S. senators have recommended a sitting magistrate...

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