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Hamre Rodriguez Ostrander & Dingess Restructured, Renamed

LAW WEEK COLORADO Austin Hamre Richard F. Rodriguez Donald M. Ostrander & John M. Dingess announced today that the firm is restructuring and renaming itself. The firm will continue its civil practice emphasizing water rights, eminent domain, real estate and commercial litigation and now operates under the name Hamre Rodriguez Ostrander & Dingess, P.C.

Legal Lasso: Beers & Cheers Edition

For some people in town, things are about to get hoppy when the Great American Beer Festival kicks off. In today's headlines, the gubernatorial candidates faced off, a fracking ban isn't enforceable against a Denver company, and Gloria Allred takes on the NFL.

For Deans, Emphasis On The Friendly

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO Recent collaborations between the deans of Colorado’s two law schools represent a culmination of 20 years of friendship and the intersection of their parallel careers. Within the past year, University of Colorado School of Law dean Phil Weiser and University of Denver Sturm College of Law dean Marty Katz have [...]

Air Duct Cleaning Companies Shut Down In District Court

LAW WEEK COLORADO Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today that a Denver District Court judge permanently barred Andre Shatyko and Alexander Kurdyukov and their companies, Seabreeze Air, LLC; Seabreeze Air; Quality Air; Quality Air “LLC”; and Fresh Air, LLC from advertising or performing air-duct cleaning services in Colorado. Using Groupon, LivingSocial and ValPak, Seabreeze offered services at low [...]

Candidates To Debate Oct. 6

By Tony Flesor and Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO Candidates for the Office of Attorney General are looking down the last stretch of their campaigns as the Nov. 4 election looms, but the last month will be filled with endless calls, meetings and debates including an Oct. 6 debate at the Colorado Bar Association CLE offices. [...]

Legal Lasso: National Coffee Day? Score! Edition

30 September 2014

In case you needed a reason to caffienate this morning, it's National Coffee Day and there are a few shops around town that will have some special treats for coffee lovers. In today's headlines, the Supreme Court may have a secrecy problem, RBG is as badass as they come, and Colorado's gubernatorial candidates are set to face off tonight.

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Ammo Suit Based In Tort Law

30 September 2014

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO The parents of an Aurora theater shooting victim are suing the online companies that supplied the man who killed their daughter and 11 others with ammunition and military-grade armaments, but they’re not expecting a cent in return, according to their attorneys. The lawsuit alleges that a group of four separate [...]

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Hogan Lovells’ Denver Office Scores Former DOJ Attorney

29 September 2014

Hogan Lovells announced on Sept. 29 that Richard "Rick" Hosley joined the firm's litigation practice. Hosley comes from the U.S. Department of Justice, where he was an assistant United States attorney and chief of the major crimes section for the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado.

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Kutak Rock Adds Two Associates

29 September 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO Kutak Rock announced Friday that the firm has added two new associates to its Denver office, Nicholas Anderson and Brad Gray. Anderson is an associate in the corporate tax group. He focuses his practice on federal and state tax matters, advising clients on using federal and state new market tax credits and [...]

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Wunnicke: Pioneer, Generous Mentor

29 September 2014

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO Sometime in the 1970s, a group of fresh law students walked into the Denver District Attorney’s office for the first day of a clerkship. Brooke Wunnicke, a small woman in white lamb coat with a matching hat, eventually greeted the young clerks and set their nerves at ease with her [...]

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Jeffco Teachers: Righteous Or Rule Breakers?

29 September 2014

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO The rumblings in Jefferson County are getting louder. After months of controversial decisions from a newly minted conservative majority on the county’s school board, teachers and students started protesting, generating headlines in the process. Although the educators claim noble reasons in their efforts, they broke the law in the process, [...]

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Legal Lasso: Markets Are Off To A Shaky Start Edition

29 September 2014

The first market news this morning has investors on shaky ground, but we've got a solid line up of headlines in today's edition, so don't sweat too much. In headlines from the weekend: an epic verdict for a Top Woman lawyer, asylum cases are increasingly difficult, and Holder reflects on his legacy.

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Legal Lasso: Well Played, Jeter, Well Played Edition

26 September 2014

We're not sure how we made it to Friday, and we're hoping this week's paper comes together in amidst the frenzy. In today's headlines, one story is rocking the bond market (and the focus of the story deserves the attention), pot money is flowing to one candidate, and a BigLaw associate launches the next must-have technology tool.

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