Up & Coming Lawyers: Jacob Burg

Jacob Burg didn’t always know he wanted to be an attorney. As a student, he was certain he would have a political career, so...

The Consequence of Colorado’s Construction Labor Shortage

It’s no secret: Colorado’s growth is booming. A low unemployment rate, a swelling population and a red-hot housing market make the Centennial State a...

20/20 in Hindsight

The long-awaited Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center commissioned by the Department of Veterans Affairs opened in July. But the well documented fallout resulting...

The Difference Two Decades Make

The thriving startup economy in Denver and Boulder has been a rising tide that raised a number of ships, including patent law practices like...

Will the Phillips Standard Change the Game on Patent Claims?

Arguing patent claims before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board is going to resemble district courts a little more, and that could have big...

AI in IP Opens Questions of Liability

Artificial intelligence is filling the role of attorneys at law firms more and more. And that includes in situations that could get a law...

SCOTUS Denies Cert to Colorado Prisoner Rights Case

A prisoner rights case that originated in Colorado fell short of getting U.S. Supreme Court review, but it did get recognition from Justice Sonia...

Opioid Lawsuit Describes Misinformation Campaign

The Colorado Attorney General’s Office detailed a grand scheme of deception, lies and manipulation in a nearly-100 page complaint filed against opioid producer Purdue...

Barrister’s Best 2018

Each year, Law Week publishes its annual Barrister’s Best list with input from our readers to help track down the most prominent, highest performing...
Securities attorneys and others question whether any particular encrypted cash system should technically qualify as currency or a security.

Crypto Tokens: Security or Currency? 

Since the arrival of Bitcoin in 2009, the world’s first decentralized cryptocurrency, securities attorneys, officials at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and others...