Flexibility and Fairness Key to Employer Vaccination Policies, Attorneys Say

More than 1 million Coloradans have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and the state extended vaccine eligibility to the general public on Friday. As...

Working from Home, for Good

A majority of Colorado employers plan to let their employees work from home after pandemic restrictions are lifted, but according to a recent survey,...

Lawmakers Set Agenda for Shortened Session

The 73rd General Assembly resumed Tuesday with delayed opening day speeches from legislative leaders presaging a session likely to see partisan fights over everything...

Pandemic Challenges Pile Up for Tribal Courts

The pandemic has brought into stark relief the challenges to Native American tribes' ability to keep courts running remotely

Small Firms Revamp Marketing Strategies

As a result of the pandemic, small firms and solo practitioners have had to rethink their marketing and business development strategies

Biden to Bring Big Changes in Workplace Safety

But big changes are expected at OSHA under President-elect Joe Biden and his labor secretary nominee, Marty Walsh.

Corporate Counsel Studies Reveal Challenges and Hopes Entering 2021

Throughout the changes of 2020, surveys sought to understand the pandeic-related challenges facing legal departments

AI, Facial Recognition in Upcoming Bar Exam

After holding an in-person bar exam in July that caused uproar from students, the February 2021 bar exam will be online

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