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Stinson Leonard Street Adds One Jim Goh Elected As Fellow In College Of Labor Lawyers CU Launches Tech Accelerator Program Brownstein Facilitates Historic Settlement Doug Friednash Appointed To Concert For Kids Board Of Directors
 

Stinson Leonard Street Adds One

LAW WEEK COLORADO Stinson Leonard Street announced that Zane Gilmer has joined the firm’s business litigation division as an associate in the firm’s Denver office. Gilmer’s litigation practice entails representing both corporate and individual clients in disputes before federal and state courts. He has represented companies from a wide array of industries, including the technology, [...]

Jim Goh Elected As Fellow In College Of Labor Lawyers

Jim Goh, a shareholder in Ogletree Deakins' Denver office, has been elected as a Fellow in the 2014 class of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.

CU Launches Tech Accelerator Program

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO The University of Colorado School of Law continues to sharpen its focus on entrepreneurship and technology with a new accelerator program that launched earlier this summer. The Tech Lawyer Accelerator program provides a crash course and career experience in the entrepreneur and tech startup worlds. The program is furthering CU’s [...]

Brownstein Facilitates Historic Settlement

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO Although the implications are unclear, an ongoing legal fight and a settlement with two of Colorado’s largest foreclosure firms are certain to change the blueprint of foreclosure law in Colorado and possibly nationwide. Colorado Attorney General John Suthers filed separate civil law enforcement actions against the two largest foreclosure law firms in the state, charging [...]

Doug Friednash Appointed To Concert For Kids Board Of Directors

Doug J. Friednash, a shareholder in Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck's Denver office and a former Denver City Attorney, has been appointed to serve on the Concert For Kids board of directors.

Legal Lasso: Oh No You Didn’t, OKCupid Edition

29 July 2014

Happy Tuesday, Legal Lassoers, sorry we missed you yesterday. In today's headlines, mergers and acquisitions are popping up everywhere, and Denver's City Council worked through one big settlement last night.

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Courts Open Doors To Youth

28 July 2014

By Tony Flesor and Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO A group of area teens recently got an inside look at the judicial process from those who know it best — a group of the state’s most prominent judges and attorneys. On July 16 and 17, the 2015 Colorado Bar Association Leadership Training Program held a “Get to [...]

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10th District Courts Will Close During Relocation

28 July 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO Between Aug. 1 and 4, the 10th Judicial District (Pueblo County) will be closed to relocate district court, county court and administration from the current courthouse at 320 W. 10th Street to the new Dennis Maes Pueblo Judicial Building, located at 501 N. Elizabeth, Room 116. Probation is relocating from 1120 Court [...]

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Suthers Seeks Intervention From Supreme Court In Boulder

28 July 2014

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, in what his office recognizes as "an extraordinary request," is asking the state's highest court to stop the Boulder County clerk's continued issuance of same-sex marriage licenses after exhausting its appellate options.

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CU School Of Law Given $1.5 Million For Professor Position

28 July 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO The University of Colorado School of Law announced today that the school received a $1.5 million donation from alumnus Steve Hillard. Steve Hillard, a 1976 graduate, had previously donated to the capital campaign for the Wolf Law building. “I had a still-unfulfilled obligation to Colorado Law,” Hillard said in a press release. [...]

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Laura Hundley Appointed Chair Of ABA Committee

25 July 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO Laura Hundley, a partner at Holland & Hart, has been appointed chair of the committee on estate and gift taxes by the American Bar Association, section of taxation, the nation’s largest organization of tax lawyers. She will serve a two-year term starting July 1. As chair, Hundley will lead the committee’s activities regarding federal estate and [...]

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Court-Service Improvement Program Returning To Boulder

25 July 2014

People with business at the Boulder County Combined Court July 28-29 will be asked to participate in a program designed to help ensure the Colorado Judicial Branch is providing the best service possible to the public.

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Setting The Table For Mediation

25 July 2014

By Judge Ken Plotz and Joe Epstein., Conflict Resolution Services Mediators who settle cases in order to avoid costly litigation are in a unique position to observe attorneys and their clients from a neutral position. Sharing and categorizing some of these observations is a good way to help lawyers prepare for, or “set the table,” for [...]

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