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Merchant & Gould Adds Associate

LAW WEEK COLORADO Merchant & Gould announced today that Jonathan Saadeh joined the firm’s Denver office as an associate. Saadeh earned several scholarships and academic honors as a student, including the Scholastic Excellence Award for achieving the highest academic performance in civil procedure. Among his other activities, he was managing editor of The University of […]

McNulty Appointed 1st District Chief Judge

LAW WEEK COLORADO Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Nancy Rice has appointed District Court Judge Philip James McNulty as the new chief judge for the 1st Judicial District, which includes Gilpin and Jefferson counties. McNulty replaces retiring Chief Judge Stephen Munsinger, who was appointed to the district court bench in July 2001 and named chief […]

Legal Lasso: Thank You, Mr. Bradlee Edition

Ben Bradlee, the Influential (and pretty amazing) Washington Post editor died yesterday, and all journalists are a little heavy in the heart as a result. In today's headlines, K Street made a killing last quarter, the Markey/Stapleton race is heating up, and banks may be thawing on their disinterest in pot.

Legal Lasso: Dog Eat Dog Kind Of Day In The Courtroom Edition

There's a new great video that you've got to see, and it features dogs playing the roles of the U.S. Supreme Court justices, so what's not to love? In today's other headlines, a DA is investigating a county clerk for fraud, Longmont could still face a lawsuit, and a Dem poll shows Udall is lagging Gardner.

Finalists Selected For 1st District Judgeship

LAW WEEK COLORADO The 1st Judicial District Nominating Commission has nominated three candidates for a district court judgeship created by the retirement of Judge Stephen Munsinger, effective Nov. 17. Nominees Todd Kastetter and KJ Moore of Littleton, and Laura Tighe of Golden were selected by the commission on Oct. 17. Under the Colorado constitution, the […]

Otis Bedingfield & Peters Adds One

October 20, 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO Otis Bedingfield & Peters announced last week that Christian Schulte joined the firm. His practice will focus on complex commercial litigation, probate litigation and appeals. Schulte received his law degree from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1997. Prior to joining Otis Bedingfield & Peters, Schulte was a senior deputy district attorney in the Weld […]

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Legal Lasso: 510 And Counting Edition

October 20, 2014

Just about all we can talk about in the office this morning is how great last night's game was...what can we say, we love us some Peyton Manning! In today's headlines, John Suthers had his own holiday on Saturday, George Will has a crush on Cory Gardner, and is an overhaul of construction defects law on the horizon?

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Bryan Cave’s Andrew Mohraz

October 17, 2014

Andrew Mohraz was recently voted into a partnership position at Bryan Cave's Denver office, along with 13 others firm-wide, effective Jan. 1. Mohraz's promotion brings the total number of partners to 413.

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Fisher & Phillips Adds Associate

October 17, 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO Fisher & Phillips announced that Adam Brown has joined the national labor and employment law firm’s Denver office as an associate. Brown earned his law degree from the University of Colorado Law School in Boulder in 2014. During college and law school, he worked as a legal assistant at various law firms in the Denver […]

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Jackson Lewis Adds One

October 17, 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO Jackson Lewis announced earlier this week that Erik Dullea joined the firm’s Denver office as of counsel. Dullea, a Commander in the United States Navy Reserve, joins the firm from Squire Patton Boggs. He has almost a decade of experience in safety and health law with a focus on the mining and […]

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Legal Lasso: Let Ski Season Begin Edition

October 17, 2014

News is that Arapahoe Basin will be the first ski resort to open this year, and we expect that there may be a few workers who are blowing off Friday's tasks to get first on the mountain. In today's other headlines, a backlog is boosting foreclosure auctions, the Springs Independent has a candidate for the worst job in the city, and let the fan memes begin!

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Fox Rothschild Strengthens Commercial Litigation Practice

October 16, 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO Fox Rothschild announced today the firm added Jeffery Cohen, who will run his national practice out of the firm’s Denver office. Cohen’s practice is focused on complex commercial litigation, bankruptcy reorganization and municipal bond defaults and insolvency. Cohen has more than 30 years of experience representing clients in commercial and financial litigation. […]

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Receivership: Not Just For Distressed Companies

October 16, 2014

  By Michael Staheli, Cordes & Company, J. Marcus Painter, Holland & Hart   Typically, conflicts among owners of a company increase during difficult economic times. When a company’s revenues drop, working capital reserves dry up and creditors come calling for a payoff. The distressed company can end up in receivership.   As the economy continues […]

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