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Sherman & Howard Announces CFO

Sherman & Howard Announces CFO

LAW WEEK COLORADO Sherman & Howard announced Thursday that Trent Clifton has joined the firm as chief financial officer. Clifton has 25 years of diversified public accounting, financial management and strategic executive-level leadership experience, serving clients primarily in the energy, manufacturing, retail, commercial service and hospitality industries. For more than 12 years he was an audit […]

Big Data Is Big Business in IP

Big Data Is Big Business in IP

When dealing with USPTO, foreknowledge leaves firms forearmed By Tony Flesor LAW WEEK COLORADO For intellectual property firms, knowledge is power. Over the past five years, analytics have led to the overhaul of intellectual property law. Businesses and IP firms put analytics to work to follow the success of patent applications, and the resulting data […]

Legal Lasso: Ready for Some Football Edition

Legal Lasso: Ready for Some Football Edition

Editor’s Note: Stay on top of this news story and the rest of our daily legal news by liking Law Week Colorado on Facebook! COMPILED BY LAW WEEK COLORADO’S NEWS STAFF Let us know about your big wins by nominating the Top Litigators in your firm for our March 14 issue IN LOCAL NEWS: PEYTON […]

Brownstein Shareholder Joins Metro North Chamber Board

Brownstein Shareholder Joins Metro North Chamber Board

LAW WEEK COLORADO Carolynne White, a shareholder with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck in Denver, will serve in a new role on the board of directors for the Metro North Chamber of Commerce, according to the firm. White is co-chair of Brownstein’s real estate department and a land use and public policy attorney with experience in economic development, […]

Litigation by the Numbers

Litigation by the Numbers

Law professors’ myth-busting methodology could be the next big thing in jury consulting By Doug Chartier LAW WEEK COLORADO As technology evolves, the public sees that almost anything can be broken down into sets of data and measured, resulting in the “Moneyball-ification” of one profession after the next. Now it could be the legal profession’s […]

Legal Lasso: Back on the Campaign Trail Edition

Legal Lasso: Back on the Campaign Trail Edition

February 4, 2016

Editor’s Note: Stay on top of this news story and the rest of our daily legal news by liking Law Week Colorado on Facebook! COMPILED BY LAW WEEK COLORADO’S NEWS STAFF IN LOCAL NEWS: DENVER MAYOR MICHAEL HANCOCK IS BACKING MICHAEL CARRIGAN FOR DA STATE REGULATORS GO AFTER AN INSURANCE COMPANY FOR WITHHOLDING $800K IN RESTITUTION […]

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Cognitive Computing on the Rise

Cognitive Computing on the Rise

February 3, 2016

Law firm leaders have big ideas on the role of AI in the legal profession By Hannah Garcia LAW WEEK COLORADO In the legal profession, infamous for its insularity, talk of technological influences has inspired both enthusiasm and head scratching. Regardless of the reactions or the cryptic warnings from movie plots or Stephen Hawking, the […]

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Two Judges, Assistant DA Among Finalists for 7th District Judgeship

Two Judges, Assistant DA Among Finalists for 7th District Judgeship

February 3, 2016

LAW WEEK COLORADO The Seventh Judicial District Nominating Commission announced Wednesday that it nominated three candidates for a district court judgeship created by the resignation of Judge Jeff Herron, effective March 1. Nominees Ouray County Judge Donald Jackson, Montrose County Judge Bennet Morris and assistant district attorney Keri Yoder of Telluride were selected by the […]

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Lawmakers Eye Change in Capital Punishment

Lawmakers Eye Change in Capital Punishment

February 3, 2016

Bill would change deliberations in death penalty cases By Hannah Garcia LAW WEEK COLORADO Months after the conclusion of what was in many respects the most significant death penalty case in Colorado history, a group of Republican state senators proposed legislation last month that could make it easier for juries to impose the ultimate penalty. […]

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Legal Lasso: Happy Anniversary Justice Thomas

Legal Lasso: Happy Anniversary Justice Thomas

February 3, 2016

Editor’s Note: Stay on top of this news story and the rest of our daily legal news by liking Law Week Colorado on Facebook! COMPILED BY LAW WEEK COLORADO’S NEWS STAFF Let us know about your big wins by nominating the Top Litigators in your firm for our March 14 issue IN LOCAL NEWS: DENVER’S […]

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Sherman & Howard announced Wednesday the election of four new lawyers in its Denver office to membership. Attorneys Jessica Broderick, Joseph Daniels, Kellie Nelson Fetter and Matthew Morrison were selected at the firm's annual meeting on Jan. 26

Sherman & Howard Announces New Denver Members

February 3, 2016

Sherman & Howard announced Wednesday the election of four new lawyers in its Denver office to membership. Attorneys Jessica Broderick, Joseph Daniels, Kellie Nelson Fetter and Matthew Morrison were selected at the firm’s annual meeting on Jan. 26

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Ireland Stapleton Promotes One to Shareholder

Ireland Stapleton Promotes One to Shareholder

February 2, 2016

LAW WEEK COLORADO Ireland Stapleton Pryor & Pascoe announced today corporate attorney Sarah Benedict has been named a shareholder/director of the firm. Benedict represents clients in connection with mergers and acquisitions, contract negotiations, real estate transactions, corporate governance, software licenses and other complex legal transactions. She also works with both issues and investors in connection with […]

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Askman Law Firm Grows With Litigation Lateral

Askman Law Firm Grows With Litigation Lateral

February 2, 2016

LAW WEEK COLORADO The Askman Law Firm has expanded its office by adding Michael Frandina as a member, the Denver-based firm announced Tuesday. Frandina practices general commercial litigation and will also assist in the firm’s environmental, tribal and natural resource practice areas. Frandina received his law degree from the Duke University School of Law and […]

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