Social Media Access Subject of Complaint Against State Senator

Three Grand Junction residents have filed a complaint with the Colorado State Senate’s Committee on Ethics alleging Sen. Ray Scott blocked them from his...

Spokeo Plot Thickens With 9th Circuit Ruling on Remand

A federal appeals court has issued a new ruling following the U.S. Supreme Court’s remand of Spokeo v. Robins, but it still leaves the...

Energy Practice Snapshot

When Andy Spielman entered the private energy and natural resources practice in Colorado 21 years ago after leaving federal service work in Washington, D.C.,...

Push and Pull Between Marijuana, Energy Industries

Marijuana production currently makes up 50 percent of new electricity load growth in Colorado, which has brought a host of legal challenges at the...

The Business of Politics

As a businessman, gubernatorial candidate Victor Mitchell’s approach to the governor’s race will likely be influenced by his role as an outsider rather than...

NLRA Lawsuit, Put Google Between ‘a Rock and a Hard Place’

As employers have seen in national news, terminating an employee for controversial views doesn’t end the controversy.Google finds itself in an unenviable legal position...

Denver Water Expansion Plan Focus of Legal Battle

In the next few decades, either the Colorado River or Denver Water users are going to be left high and dry according to opposing...

Amy Padden Announces Run for Attorney General

Colorado’s Democratic field of attorney general candidates grew by one more last week. Career prosecutor Amy Padden filed for candidacy with an official announcement...

Judicial Discipline: ‘It’s Not Perfect, But It’s Close’

This year, the Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline celebrates its 50th year.

The Intricacies of the P3

With massive redevelopments of Denver International Airport, Union Station and Colorado’s busiest high-ways grabbing headlines in recent years, it might seem that public-private partnerships are a novelty in the state.