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CLIENT WINS AGAINST ATTORNEY: A Denver jury last week awarded a former client of Anderson Hemmat & Levine more than $2 million in her suit alleging that the firm pressured her to settle, reported the Westword. Daniell Goff, who hired the personal injury law firm to represent her after she was involved in a car accident, brought suit against the firm alleging it had forced her to settle for less than her case was worth. She also alleged that one of the firm’s attorneys, Chad Hemmat, had used offensive language to describe her, calling her a “toothless cootie.”
INTERESTING STORY in yesterday’s New York Times about the U.S. Supreme Court’s death clerk, the staff lawyer who deals with death sentence cases.
IN CHARLOTTE, along with the politicians, is Holland & Hart associate Jason Crow, a veteran, who will address the Democratic National Convention on Thursday.
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NICELY DONE MR. WALSH: Three Coloradans convicted of mortgage fraud.
ADDING A DENVER OFFICE: San Francisco-based Hunsucker Goodstein.
THAT IS A UNIQUE RECIPE (cocaine stuffed chicken found).
A LOOK AT THE PAY OF LAWYERS IN VEGAS, compared to some jobs, including casino dealer.
COLORADO COURT OF APPEALS’ oral argument schedule.
THIS WEEK’S FEDERAL COURT CALENDARS available here.
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