The Supreme Court has put an end to a former district attorney’s claim for costs of defending ethical violation allegations against him.
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States and nonprofits have filed amicus briefs in a case challenging the U.S. Department of State’s refusal to issue a passport with a gender-neutral marker
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Colorado Sues to Block Telecom Merger
The state joined a multistate lawsuit alleging antitrust violations in Sprint-T-Mobile merger
A merger between four major telecom companies could be derailed by a lawsuit filed last week by Colorado and a group of other states.
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Greenberg Traurig Creates Innovation-Focused Subsidiary
The firm’s Denver office will be among the international headquarters for “Recurve”
Law firms are more and more taking conscious steps toward internal innovation and expanding client services beyond legal work. And Greenberg Traurig’s effort, “Recurve,” has a Denver connection.
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Excessive Fine Protections Apply to Corporations, Supreme Court Holds
Dami Hospitality decision installs ‘gross proportionality’ test in Colorado to determine when a penalty is too harsh
Corporations have been found to have free speech and due process rights like individuals do under the constitution. They also have Eighth Amendment rights, according to the Colorado Supreme Court.
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In the booming legal cannabis market, registering a trademark at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office remains a dodgy proposition as marijuana remains generally illegal under federal law.
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First Comes Vote, Now Comes Implementation
Denver de-prioritized enforcing psilocybin laws. Now it’s time to figure out how to put the initiative in motion
After Denver voters approved a measure to effectively decriminalize psilocybin, it’s up to the Denver district attorney, city attorney and Denver Police Department to figure out its practical implementation.
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Legal Entrepreneurs for Justice Celebrates Inaugural Class
Organization seeks to provide lawyer mentoring and middle-market legal services
Colorado’s first attorney incubator celebrated its official start Thursday evening at LawBank.
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‘Anti-Dad Bias’ Suits Garner Seven-Figure Payouts
JPMorgan Chase settlement is the latest warning to employers on paid parental leave discrimination
More U.S. employers have been offering paid leave plans for new-parent employees. But they also have had to make sure those plans treat new moms and new dads equally under the law.
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Campaign Integrity Watchdog Notches Another Appellate Win
Coordinating with candidates isn’t required for a nonprofit to have to register as a political committee, Court of Appeals rules
An organization that has been taking nonprofits to court for campaign finance violations got another win on appeal.