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HICKENLOOPER HAS BEEN BUSY, between last week’s announcement of a new Colorado Court of Appeals judge to Monday’s announcement that Denver will be the site of a new Patent and Trademark Office to Tuesday’s naming of Elizabeth Starrs as the newest member of the Denver District Court bench to Monday, seems he can’t get a moment’s rest.
IN MORE JUDICIAL NEWS, there’s a new opening on the Montrose County Court bench.
LAW FIRM MERGERS ARE DOWN for the 2nd Quarter, but still up overall. While legal consultancies Altman Weil and the Hildebrandt Institute report that mergers involving U.S. law firms were down in the second quarter of 2012 compared to the same period last year, statistics show that the industry saw more tie-ups in the first half of this year than it did during the first six months of 2011.
WORKING ON A PLEA DEAL: The CU student who was shot after she broke into a stranger’s home.
GOOD NEWS FOR COLORADANS, who will receive $4.5 million of the $3 billion settlement GlaxoSmith Kline recently reached with the U.S. Justice Department.
FACING SUIT BY FORMER EMPLOYEES: an increasing number of law firms, the JD Journal reports.
INTERESTING LEGAL THEORY: Using language from the Supreme Court’s immigration opinion to help push marijuana legislation.
GOOD FOR YOU: Colorado Judicial Institute named its newest board members.
ON OUR RADAR: This pizza parlor, which was named best in Colorado.
WHILE YOU WERE RELAXING YESTERDAY, physicists everywhere were celebrating the discovery of an elusive particle that may hold the key to how the universe was started. Now, don’t you feel unproductive?
FOR THOSE SWIMMERS OUT THERE, scientists have determined how to swim most efficiently.
TODAY’S ANNOUNCEMENTS from the Colorado Court of Appeals
COLORADO COURT OF APPEALS’ oral argument schedule.
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