Tag:COVID-19

Colorado Farmer’s Suit Joins Others Claiming Race Discrimination in COVID Relief

The Mountain States Legal Foundation, a conservative nonprofit public interest law firm, is handling several cases including one in Colorado alleging that emergency COVID funds for farmers and ranchers are racially discriminatory — against whites.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for July 1

The Colorado Court of Appeals on July 1 ruled in Accetta v. Brooks Tower Residence, People in Interest of J.M.M. and others.

Legal Lasso: OSHA COVID Emergency Standard in Effect

Legal Lasso is Law Week’s morning roundup of legal headlines across the state. Each morning, we take stock of legal issues and happenings, so...

OSHA Emergency Standard in Effect for Health Care Employers, Everyone Else Gets Guidance

Tuesday was the deadline for health care employers to comply with most requirements in OSHA’s June COVID-19 emergency temporary standard.

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.

Legal Lasso: Family Law

Legal Lasso is Law Week’s morning roundup of legal headlines across the state. Each morning, we take stock of legal issues and happenings, so...

Legal Lasso: Family Law

Legal Lasso is Law Week’s morning roundup of legal headlines across the state. Each morning, we take stock of legal issues and happenings, so...

COVID Vaccines Pose New Challenges for Parents, Attorneys and Judges

For some divorced parents, the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 12 has provided yet another source of conflict.