On Sept. 20, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office announced revisions to the PTAB’s Standard Operating Procedures it said would “focus on increasing transparency, predictability, and reliability across the USPTO.”

PTAB Pushed Toward More Precedent, Predictability

Patent litigators — and their clients — have been hoping for better consistency from the...

Managing Partner Roundtable: What Boutiques Do Better

Boutique law firm managing partners met with Law Week on Sept. 5 to discuss the...
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Substance Abuse Committee Discusses Bill Frameworks 

Legislators to vote Oct. 3 on bills to introduce addressing drug crisis At an interim committee...

NLRB Takes Another Shot at Browning-Ferris 

Proposed rule on joint employers would be more powerful than board decisionThe National Labor Relations Board is looking to restore its traditional joint employer...

SCOTUS Denies Stay in Campaign Spending Case  

Lower court decision, which could force some political spending groups to reveal donor names, now heads to appeals court A brief, somewhat cryptic order released...

JLWOP Law Deemed Constitutional 

Resentencing hearings for some juveniles serving life without parole can now move forward The Colorado Supreme Court ruled last week a law that allowed for some...

Best Lawyers 2019: Construction

Construction law attorneys credit supportive teams as well as competition for their successColorado’s bustling construction market and active legislature create plenty of work for...

Best Lawyers 2019: Labor and Employment

From immigration to trade secrets, management-side Best Lawyers in employment stay busyColorado hasn’t lacked for high-performing management-side employment and labor and employment attorneys. And...