Tag:Ogletree Deakins

Employees Blow the Whistle on Coronavirus Concerns

Attorneys say they’re seeing a surge in workplace safety-related complaints, including allegations of retaliation under Colorado’s new Public Health Emergency Whistleblower Act. “We’ve had a...

Biden Administration Aims to Reverse Business Immigration Roadblocks

The Biden administration has committed to dissolve certain business immigration roadblocks implemented under the Trump administration. Restrictive executive orders, policy memorandums and agency rules...

Best Law Firms Adjust to Employment Law Challenges During COVID

While some practice areas have slowed down due to the pandemic and recession, employment law attorneys have remained as busy as ever. Employment lawyers...

The H-1B Cap Lottery Goes Electronic

U.S. companies seeking to hire foreign workers under the coveted H-1B work visa category are experiencing major changes this spring due to an overhaul...

Ogletree Deakins Names New Office Managing Shareholder

Ogletree Deakins announced Feb. 10 that Roger Trim has been promoted to managing shareholder of the firm’s Denver office. Trim, who joined Ogletree Deakins...

New Partners 2020

Making partner is one of the top accomplishments in the life of a lawyer. It is seen as the culmination of several years of...

Cole Wist Rejoins Squire Patton Boggs

Squire Patton Boggs announced Monday that Cole Wist, a two-term former member of the Colorado House of Representatives and assistant minority leader, re-joined the...

New Partners 2019

Charles Alovisetti Vicente Sederberg Practice: Corporate and Business Charles Alovisetti is the chair of the corporate department at Vicente Sederberg. He focuses his practice on advising investors,...

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