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Metzl To Serve On Women New Member Appointed To 6th District Judicial Nominating Commission Brownstein Adds Four KTS Adds Associate Fei Qin Fraud Prevention Key In New Card System
 

Metzl To Serve On Women’s Health Organization Board

Alexandra Fidler Metzl, an associate with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, has been appointed to serve on the Center for Women’s Health Research board of directors, according to the firm.

New Member Appointed To 6th District Judicial Nominating Commission

LAW WEEK COLORADO Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced an appointment to the 6th Judicial District Judicial Nominating Commission. Robert Campbell Duthie III of Durango, to serve as an attorney and as a Democrat from La Plata County. Appointed for a term expiring December 31, 2019. Each judicial district nominating commission consists of seven citizens residing [...]

Brownstein Adds Four

LAW WEEK COLORADO Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck announced today that four associates have joined the firm’s Denver office: Rafael Garcia-Salgado, Shane Griffin, Hannah Misner and Charles Smith. Garcia-Salgado is a member of the bankruptcy and restructuring group. His litigation practice focuses on insolvency, including commercial litigation defending financial institutions and corporations, as well as corporate [...]

KTS Adds Associate Fei Qin

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced the addition of Fei Qin to the firm’s Denver office yesterday.

Fraud Prevention Key In New Card System

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO A new-to-the-U.S. payment card technology, while combating fraud, presents new liability issues for merchants. Starting in October 2015, retailers as well as card issuers and payment processors will have to comply with what’s called the EMV standard for debit and credit transactions at the “accompanying point-of-sale infrastructure” or risk bearing [...]

Jury Returns $2.5 Million In Auto Case

22 July 2014

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO Attorneys at Peters & Nolan secured a verdict that quadrupled what an insurance company was willing to pay their client, according to one of the firm’s partners. Andrew Peters said the short version is: “Our client (Mary Spendrup) brought an uninsured motorist claim against AmFam. AmFam treated her like garbage and [...]

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Fracking: An Economic Issue

22 July 2014

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO For the oil and gas industry, Colorado’s debate on fracking is an economic one. At Baker Hostetler’s shale symposium on The Politics and Economic Reality of Shale Development in the Rockies on July 16, representatives from Anadarko, Whiting and Encana discussed the importance of upcoming ballot measures that will be [...]

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Legal Lasso: Sweatin’ It Out Edition

22 July 2014

In today's Legal Lasso, a conviction that everyone is talking about, a departure from a local law firm that's got our attention, and is there a BigLaw firm that's fishing for a merger?

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Coan Payton & Payne Adds One

21 July 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO Coan Payton & Payne announce today that Faith Betz has joined the firm. Betz represents clients in the areas of elder, probate and immigration law, assisting her clients with estate and trust planning, powers of attorney, advance directives, long-term care planning, Medicaid and veterans’ benefits eligibility, disability claims, conservatorships and guardianships. She represents clients in immigration cases [...]

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Brown Leaving Leventhal Brown & Puga

21 July 2014

Natalie Brown, of Leventhal Brown & Puga, announced that she would be leaving the firm in the coming weeks to focus on the next chapter of her career. While it's an amicable parting for Brown and Jim Leventhal, her law partner of 28 years, both agreed it will be a difficult goodbye.

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Legal Lasso: Training Camp Starts Friday (?!!) Edition

21 July 2014

Happy Monday, Legal Lasso-ers! We hope you had a great weekend! In today's headlines, a look at the Attorney General's race, a move to restorative justice for Boulder County, and the verdict everyone is talking about.

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Legal Lasso: All Star Break Is Over Edition (Where Is The Year Going?)

18 July 2014

Yesterday was a difficult day to get through given the top headlines...we're hoping the Third World War isn't around the corner. In today's headlines, a new trial date is set for the Holmes' trial and did 'voracious greed' lead to the downfall of Dewey?

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CU Accelerator Receives $100,000 Grant

17 July 2014

LAW WEEK COLORADO The University of Colorado Law School announced today that it has received a $100,000 grant from Access Group for its Tech Lawyer Accelerator program. The Tech Lawyer Accelerator was launched this summer and is designed to help Colorado Law students secure jobs in technology and entrepreneurship. With the help of the Access [...]

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