Tag:Colorado

A Brief History of a Colorado Cult

American cults began growing wildly in popularity between the 1960s and 1990s. Colorado was no exception to this trend and has housed dozens of...

Supreme Court Clarifies Marital Property Questions

The Colorado Supreme Court on Tuesday delivered opinions in a pair of divorce disputes that have raised concerns among family law attorneys.  Under Colorado’s Uniform...

Greenhouse Gas Roadmap Sets Destination Without a Clear Path

Gov. Jared Polis released his "Greenhouse Gas Roadmap" this month, but experts say the plan lacks information on how to reach the destination

Litigation Logjam Puts Plaintiffs at Risk

Trial-focused Burg Simpson has seen the effects of court closures firsthand. As cases get continued, clients must weigh the benefits of settling soon or...

Coming Soon: On Your Statewide Ballot

Legislature-Referred Measures Amendment B: Repeal Gallagher Amendment Summary: Repeal the amendment to Colorado’s Constitution that requires tax revenues from residential and commercial properties to make up the...

Lawsuit Against Loveland City Clerk Dismissed

A Larimer County district judge on Aug. 24 dismissed a lawsuit against Loveland’s city clerk. After a hearing lasting more than three hours, Judge...

Liability Waivers Offer Protection as Businesses Reopen

As businesses reopen, customers and clients are being asked to wear masks, keep their distance and, in some cases, sign away their right to...

Forrest Fenn Treasure Reveals Holes in Archaeology Laws

Across international headlines in the past weeks was the announcement of the discovery of the Forrest Fenn treasure. The legendary decade-long treasure hunt was...

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