Tag:CDC

Justices Give OK to CDC Eviction Ban Extension Through July, Unlikely to Repeat Permission

The Supreme Court, by a bare 5-4 vote, refused to block the nationwide eviction moratorium ordered by the CDC.

The Art of Partnership

When the partners at Stimson Stancil LaBranche Hubbard closed on their office building in late January, they had plans to use the 5,000-plus-square-foot space...

In Race for COVID Research, Adaptation and Privacy Concerns Are High

In the midst of the worst pandemic in modern memory, health care and the information gathered from personal health records are reaching unprecedented proportions....

State Takes Steps to Prevent COVID Outbreak in Juvenile Detention

Concerns about a coronavirus outbreak within Colorado’s detention centers, prisons and other incarceration facilities have been raised since the beginning of the virus. And while...

Law Grads Could Practice Prior to Taking Bar Exam

This spring’s law school graduates might be entering the job force before they take the Colorado bar exam. The Colorado Supreme Court quietly announced April...

OSHA Relaxes Enforcement Guidance for Recording COVID-19 Cases

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration on April 10 released interim guidance that relieves most employers of their duty to determine whether a COVID-19...

Immigrant Groups Sue for Detainees’ Release 

Several immigrant advocacy organizations announced Tuesday they are suing for the release of several detainees being held at the Aurora U.S. Immigration and Customs...

ICE Detainees Have COVID, Aurora ‘illustrative example’ of Problems in California Injunction

Immigrant rights advocates are asking a federal judge to force Immigration and Customs Enforcement to take proactive measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus...