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Bryan Cave’s Andrew Mohraz

Andrew Mohraz was recently voted into a partnership position at Bryan Cave's Denver office, along with 13 others firm-wide, effective Jan. 1. Mohraz's promotion brings the total number of partners to 413.

Fisher & Phillips Adds Associate

LAW WEEK COLORADO Fisher & Phillips announced that Adam Brown has joined the national labor and employment law firm’s Denver office as an associate. Brown earned his law degree from the University of Colorado Law School in Boulder in 2014. During college and law school, he worked as a legal assistant at various law firms in the Denver […]

Jackson Lewis Adds One

LAW WEEK COLORADO Jackson Lewis announced earlier this week that Erik Dullea joined the firm’s Denver office as of counsel. Dullea, a Commander in the United States Navy Reserve, joins the firm from Squire Patton Boggs. He has almost a decade of experience in safety and health law with a focus on the mining and […]

Legal Lasso: Let Ski Season Begin Edition

News is that Arapahoe Basin will be the first ski resort to open this year, and we expect that there may be a few workers who are blowing off Friday's tasks to get first on the mountain. In today's other headlines, a backlog is boosting foreclosure auctions, the Springs Independent has a candidate for the worst job in the city, and let the fan memes begin!

Fox Rothschild Strengthens Commercial Litigation Practice

LAW WEEK COLORADO Fox Rothschild announced today the firm added Jeffery Cohen, who will run his national practice out of the firm’s Denver office. Cohen’s practice is focused on complex commercial litigation, bankruptcy reorganization and municipal bond defaults and insolvency. Cohen has more than 30 years of experience representing clients in commercial and financial litigation. […]

Receivership: Not Just For Distressed Companies

October 16, 2014

  By Michael Staheli, Cordes & Company, J. Marcus Painter, Holland & Hart   Typically, conflicts among owners of a company increase during difficult economic times. When a company’s revenues drop, working capital reserves dry up and creditors come calling for a payoff. The distressed company can end up in receivership.   As the economy continues […]

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Jackson Lewis Adds Associate

October 15, 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO Jackson Lewis announced today Ashley Smolic has joined the firm’s Denver office as an associate. Smolic practices in the area of employment litigation and represents employers and management in claims of discrimination, wrongful termination and retaliation. She counsels clients at all stages of pre-litigation and litigation matters and on employment matters such […]

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Legal Lasso: One More 80 Degree Day Edition

October 15, 2014

For those of you who aren't called out of the office to enjoy this beautiful weather, we've got a slew of great headlines in today's edition. To start things off, the verdict everyone is talking about, a second confirmed Ebola case in Texas, a new pilot project involving Denver corner stores, and Gary Hart has some choice words for the Denver Post of its recent endorsements.

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Federal Jury Awards $4.65 Million In Jail-Death Case

October 14, 2014

More than four years after Marvin Booker died in Denver's downtown jail while struggling with deputies, a federal jury awarded his family a record $4.65 million in damages on Oct. 14

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FFA Event Boasts Female Judges

October 14, 2014

If you asked Marcus Arelius, whose credentials include Ancient Roman emperor and Late Stoic philosopher: “Time is sort of river of passing events – aye, a rushing torrent.” With that in mind, members of the Faculty of Federal Advocates are hosting its first ever forum, with a nod toward fluid dynamics and its metaphorical relationship with time, called “Currents, Eddies and Whirlpools: a Discussion on the Flow of Life and Practice of Law.” The event is slated for Oct. 24 from 1-4:30 p.m. at the Embassy Suites Hotell at 1420 Stout St.

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Appellate Court To Hear Oral Arguments At Central High School

October 14, 2014

The Colorado Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in two cases on Oct. 16 at Central High School before an audience of students. The public also is invited to attend.

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Independent Monitor Impeded In Job

October 14, 2014

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO Denver’s Independent Monitor is stymied in attempts to gain certain information from the city’s law enforcement agencies, leaving the office with a major hitch in how it carries out its primary function. In December, Nick Mitchell, who’s held the position since 2012, became aware of complaints from within the Sheriff’s […]

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Hogan Celebrates 20 Years In Denver

October 14, 2014

By Tony Flesor and Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO Hogan Lovells celebrated the 20th anniversary of its Denver office with a birthday bash at Zengo on Oct. 8. Several of the lawyers who have been at the Denver office since its start, including Helen Atkeson, Paul Hilton, David London, Scott Resich, David Scott, Niki Tuttle and […]

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