In a victory for private property owners, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that a California law requiring agricultural landowners to give union organizers temporary access to their property was a government taking that automatically entitled the landowners to compensation.
Last week, the district court denied a plaintiff's Equal Pay Law request in Rocky Mountain Association of Recruiters v. Moss.
Colorado lawmakers overturned a state Supreme Court decision — now district courts retain continuous jurisdiction to hear motions to modify.
Co-parenting in a pandemic introduces a host of new questions. From vaccines to quarantines, here's one attorney's best advice.
While cannabis legalization is old news in Colorado, changes at the federal level will have a material impact on Colorado businesses.
Opinion: Keep an Eye Out, Employers: The Colorado Legislature Proposed Changes to Colorado Anti-Discrimination...
A Senate committee heard the Protecting Opportunities and Workers’ Rights Act, which would impose widespread changes to the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act.
Senate Bill 62 forces judges by statute to discriminate against criminal defendants for purposes of bail.
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.
By Caleena Braig MOYE WHITEEver since the early days of...