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REVISED PLAN FOR DEWEY EXECS: On Thursday, the stewards of the Dewey bankruptcy moved to address concerns and build more support for the settlement proposal, presenting a revised plan that asks for greater contributions—a total of $2.1 million—from the firm’s executive committee members.
STOP AND FRISK DECISIONS a source of controversy, discussion in New York.
PLANNING SUIT: The state against the city of Longmont for its fracking ban.
REMOVED FROM POTENTIAL VOTE: Two water initiatives that would have substantially changed Colorado law.
JUDGE TO LAW STUDENTS: Buyer beware and get out of court.
FOCUS ON CHAMBERS WILL EVENTUALLY SHIFT to the candidate who wins the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s race in Nov.
LOOKING FORWARD TO THE PATENT OFFICE: Local businesses who are hoping proximity will equal efficiency.
IN TOWN TODAY: John Dean. Yes, that John Dean, who will be speaking about his experiences in Watergate to a group at Reilly Pozner.
READY TO BLOOM: London on the world’s stage.
READY TO BLOOM IN OUR OWN BACKYARD: This guy.
YESTERDAY’S ANNOUNCEMENTS from the Colorado Court of Appeals
SAVE THE DATE: Circuit Media’s party to celebrate Colorado’s newly elected legislature will be held at the History Colorado Center on Wednesday, Nov. 28. Sponsorship details for Capitol Rock are available by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEXT WEEK’S FEDERAL COURT CALENDARS available here.
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