EEOC Releases Early Data on 2018 Sexual Harassment Litigation

It appears the #MeToo movement isn’t only having an effect at the highest echelons of corporations. According to early data from the Equal Employment...

COA Gives Broad Application to Eminent Domain Precedent

In Town of Monument v. State of Colorado, the Court of Appeals ruled a key state Supreme Court precedent has broad application. Under the...

ACLU, DOC Settle Lawsuit For $41 Million 

The American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado and the Colorado Department of Corrections settled a class action lawsuit last week in which the DOC...

Arising Under, or Arising Out Of?

A two-word phrase affecting the arbitrability of contract disputes has caused a circuit divide between federal appeals courts. In a decision issued Sept. 20,...

Carlos Samour Pens First Dissent as Supreme Court Justice

In his first dissent for the state’s highest court, Colorado Supreme Court Justice Carlos Samour delivered a rebuke of the majority’s holding in Casillas...

Second Appeal, Question of First Impression

State Supreme Court rules innocent Ponzi investor can’t keep profitsOn a second appeal, the Colorado Supreme Court decided a question of first impression about...

SCOTUS to Hear Key Copyright Case  

Decision will resolve circuit court splits regarding when an individual is eligible to file a copyright lawsuit  The U.S. Supreme Court recently granted certiorari...

A Plain Reading of ‘Knowingly’

State Supreme Court declines to impose constructive knowledge standard for social host liabilityIn a decision issued Sept. 10, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that...

Lawsuit Filed Against Durango Train Operator

Burg Simpson leans on wildfire experience for 416 Fire lawsuitTwo Colorado law firms are going after the operators of Durango’s historic train for its...

A (Fourth) Day in Court

Colorado Court of Appeals Hears Oral Arguments in 37-Year Civil CaseAfter 37 years and tens of thousands of pages of official record, the Colorado...