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Construction and Real Estate Practices Prove to be Busy Through the Pandemic

Despite many businesses slowing down through the pandemic, construction and commercial real estate in have surged over the past year.

Telehealth — Where Are We One Year After the Public Health Emergency?

It took a pandemic to make telehealth readily available to the American public. It did not take long for most everyone to realize it is here to stay.

Legal Lowdown: Polis Appoints 4th District Judge

Gov. Jared Polis appointed Laura Norris Findorff to the 4th Judicial District Court. The judgeship is created by the retirement of Judge Robert L....

Top Litigators 2021: Chris Murray

Chris Murray’s law practice is inherently public-facing due to the nature of pursuing cases against governments and government officials, but his political litigation includes...

Air Quality Control Commission Votes Down Cap and Trade

State regulators on Feb. 19 rejected a request for the state to create a market-based mechanism to drive down greenhouse gas pollution from Colorado...

Jason Dunn Reflects on Legacy as U.S. Attorney

Jason Dunn ended his term as U.S. attorney for the district of Colorado Sunday. He was appointed in 2018 and before that was a...

New Bills Address Labor, Business and Employment Issues

Colorado lawmakers introduced a big batch of bills when they reconvened the week of Feb. 15, including a handful that attorneys say employers will...

Jason Dunn to Resign Feb. 28

Jason Dunn announced Feb. 16 that he will resign from the U.S. Attorney's Office effective Feb. 28. He has held the position since 2018.

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