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Legal Lasso: Spaghetti Monster Faith Edition

Happy Friday! Today's headlines include the weird and obscure, as well as news that the first pot-friendly credit union is set to open, a lawsuit seems imminent in Colorado Springs, the Spaghetti Monster is emerging in license photos, and smokers need not apply at one local employer.

Panel: Be Specific For The Record

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO In July, the Colorado Supreme Court declared October as “Legal Professionalism Month” with the goal of bolstering integrity in the profession and, by proxy, faith in the judicial system. In honor of the new initiative, the Colorado Defense Lawyers Association and the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association on Nov. 4 jointly […]

Proposed Laws Impinge Homeowners Rights

By Mari Perczak and Jennifer Seidman, BURG SIMPSON ELDREDGE HERSH & JARDINE Homeownership is a cherished American value. Recently, there has been much concern about the lack of affordable condominiums in our communities for young adults and empty nesters. Even though developers, builders and others would like to blame construction defect litigation as the cause of […]

Landahl Lands Partner Spot At Bryan Cave

Bryan Cave announced Thursday that Darryl Landahl is joining the global firm's Denver office as a partner.

Legal Lasso: Immigration Showdown Edition

All headlines this morning are pointing to immigration, and the showdown is imminent. In other headlines, jobs news look good, Boulder finalizes a new ethics code for its City Council, and we're throwing an awesome party that you should attend — Capitol Rock, Dec. 9, be there.

Caperton: A Case Study

November 20, 2014

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO Until almost two decades ago, Hugh Caperton owned a small coal company in West Virginia. Today, he finds his name in legal textbooks. When listening to his story, the realization is imminent that his legal battle represents the darker side of democracy’s interplay with justice. After describing his judicial saga […]

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Sale Complete For Familiar Site

November 20, 2014

By Meg Satrom, Esq., LAW WEEK COLORADO If you haven’t driven south on Broadway underneath the I-25 exchange, you may not know that section of the city is under an enormous transformation. Even zooming by on the interstate in the southbound lanes, it’s difficult to get a full feeling for how drastically the area is changing. […]

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Colorful Deal A Basis For Continued Work

November 20, 2014

By Meg Satrom, Esq., LAW WEEK COLORADO Some transactions deal in abstracts and hyperboles. Others are focused on tax incentives and protecting intangible assets. For a team of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck attorneys, one deal last quarter centered on nail polish, lipstick and eyeliner. It was a fun platform to work with, said Gino Maurelli, one […]

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High Flying Deal Lands Quickly

November 20, 2014

By Meg Satrom, Esq., LAW WEEK COLORADO Many attorneys in Colorado have to get outside the office and experience the area’s outdoor recreational activities to get an adrenaline rush, but for Emanuel Anton of ALG Attorneys, the stakes of a high-pressure deal can offer the same thrill. The self-described “deal junkie” said one acquisition he completed […]

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Third Quarter Slower Than Others This Year

November 20, 2014

Editor’s note: This is the list of big deals in which at least one Colorado lawyer participated during the third quarter of 2014. Law firms submitted the data to a survey posted on www.lawweekonline.com. Deals are ranked by size according to the type of deal. Deals submitted with confidential amounts are listed by type and […]

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Health Plans Expand To Same-Sex Couples

November 20, 2014

By Laura Fischer, BERENBAUM WEINSHIENK The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Oct. 6 to deny review of various appellate court rulings, including review of the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals decision striking down bans on same-sex marriage as being unconstitutional, effectively legalized same-sex marriage in the state of Colorado. On Oct. 7, the 10th Circuit […]

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Five Associates Join Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

November 19, 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck announced today that Lauren Blevins, Kacey Higginbotham, Amanda Hoberg, Stephanie So and Laura Streit have joined the firm as associates in the Denver office. Blevins is a member of the litigation group. Her practice focuses on employment litigation and counseling. Prior to joining Brownstein, she served as a […]

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Caplan And Earnest Names New Member

November 19, 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO Caplan and Earnest announced today that education law attorney Kristin Edgar has been made a member of the firm. Edgar specializes in representing Caplan and Earnest’s institutional and corporate clients, including school districts, health services districts and county hospitals. Caplan and Earnest represents more than half of all public school districts in […]

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