Ransomware was a billion-dollar industry last year and is expected to grow even bigger in 2017. But legal departments can get ahead of the risk.
Calls for federal tort reform have joined proposals to replace the Affordable Care Act, which has medical malpractice attorneys—and physicians—watching Capitol Hill.
A state report suggests a wide disparity in how people of different races are arrested, charged and sentenced in Colorado.
Online reviews can give consumers an opportunity to voice their opinions about businesses. But when a business feels those reviews are damaging or false, they can become legal issues.
Members-elect of the Colorado House of Representatives and Senate are preparing for the start of the legislative session Jan. 11. Several are completely new to the legislature while others are merely making a shift from the House to the Senate or returning after losing previous elections.