Tag:Colorado Trial Lawyers Association

Colorado Supreme Court Clarifies Questions in Workers’ Comp Cases

A dissent in an April 12 Colorado Supreme Court opinion asks the legislature to clarify an issue within Colorado’s Workers’ Compensation Act

CTLA Holds ‘Spring…ish’ Awards Dinner at Denver Zoo

The Colorado Trial Lawyers Association on Oct. 8 held its annual awards dinner at the Denver Zoo, where the group announced its Case of...

CTLA Announces Case of the Year Finalists

The Colorado Trial Lawyers Association will present its Case of the Year Award during its annual awards dinner on Oct. 8. The three finalists...

CU Law Hosts Virtual Alumni Awards Program

The University of Colorado Law School on Sept. 23 held its 39th Alumni Awards Banquet online to recognize outstanding graduates and members of the...

Supreme Court Starts September Arguments with Injured Worker Cases

The Colorado Supreme Court will resume oral arguments Sept. 22, starting with a pair of cases that raise questions about how much in damages...

Supreme Court to Hear Hospital Lien Case

The Colorado Supreme Court on Aug. 17 announced it will weigh in on whether hospitals must first bill Medicare before filing a lien against...

Oral Arguments Held in Planned Parenthood Premises Liability Case

The Colorado Supreme Court heard oral arguments March 10 in a premises liability lawsuit arising from the 2015 Planned Parenthood shooting in Colorado Springs....

Mandatory Arbitration Bill Stays Hanging in Senate

A bill making changes to arbitration practices in Colorado has snagged in the Senate as the sponsors work out a version the sponsors have...

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