Opinion

General Assembly Must Stop Interfering with State’s Judiciary

Senate Bill 62 forces judges by statute to discriminate against criminal defendants for purposes of bail.

Telehealth — Where Are We One Year After the Public Health Emergency?

It took a pandemic to make telehealth readily available to the American public. It did not take long for most everyone to realize it is here to stay.
Caleena S. Braig

8 Things You Need to Know About Employee Vaccinations

By Caleena Braig MOYE WHITE Ever since the early days of...

Presenting Cases of Delayed Diagnosis or Missed Diagnosis of Spina Bifida and Other Serious...

Spina bifida is the most serious birth defect that does not affect a child’s life expectancy, which has made treatment of this condition the focus of prenatal surgeons across the country.

Biden Administration Aims to Reverse Business Immigration Roadblocks

The Biden administration has committed to dissolve certain business...

How the Judicial Nomination Wars Affect Business Liability

With the presidential election nearly here and in the...

The Ethics of Soliciting Client Reviews and Testimonials

Client testimonials and referrals are the lifeblood of any...

Reform Critical to Wipe Out Colorado’s Legal Deserts

Jackson County is a vast expanse of northern Colorado...

Making Wellness a Law Firm Priority

As we hit the six-month mark of working from...

From Law School to Lawyer in the Age of COVID-19

As I reflect on the past six months, I...

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