Tag:U.S. District Court

DU Faces Fresh Pay Discrimination Lawsuit

The University of Denver Sturm College of Law is facing a new wage discrimination lawsuit filed by one of its professors. Associate Professor Rashmi Goel...

John Low Dies at 95

Lawyers are known for avoiding retirement, but Sherman & Howard member John Low stood out for practicing well into his nineties. He died last...

A Lifetime Commitment to Diversity

Colorado has lost a giant in its legal community. Judge Wiley Daniel died May 10 at age 72 after more than 20 years on the...

Colorado Municipalities File Opioid Lawsuit

Denver is leading a coalition of 17 Colorado local governments in filing suit against a group of opioid makers and distributors. The lawsuit, filed in...

Granular Statute Language Could Have Broad Implications for Patent Seekers

The U.S. Supreme Court had its plate full of noteworthy cases for last week’s oral arguments. Among the most newsmaking were a potential re-interpretation...

A Decision 37 Years in the Making

Fourteen years after the Colorado Supreme Court remanded a then-23-year-old case about ancestral land rights to the district court, the Court of Appeals has...

Azar Joins Fray Against Facebook

Franklin D. Azar & Associates has filed one of more-than-a-half-dozen consumer protection lawsuits Facebook is now facing as a result of a data breach...

Court Opinions- Oct 15, 2018

Vreeland v. Zupart Delmart Vreeland II sought relief in federal district court alleging that the state trial court violated his Sixth Amendment right to counsel...

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