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Davis Graham & Stubbs Adds Three

Davis Graham & Stubbs Adds Three

LAW WEEK COLORADO Davis Graham & Stubbs announced May 31 that Ericka Houck Englert, Tess Hand-Bender and Michelle Steinfeld have joined the firm’s trial department. Englert joined the firm as of counsel and Hand-Bender and Steinfeld joined as associates. Englert is an experienced trial attorney and business litigator. She advises clients and litigates in the areas […]

Vicente Sederburg to Launch First Marijuana Compliance App

Vicente Sederburg to Launch First Marijuana Compliance App

The SaaS will go public in July By Amy Hickcox LAW WEEK COLORADO Beginning in July, Simplifya, the first cloud-based app that allows marijuana companies and government entities to check marijuana compliance at their fingertips, will go public in Colorado. Brian Vicente of Vicente Sederburg in Denver was highly active in the development of the […]

Lee Morehead to Lead Weld County Bar Association

Lee Morehead to Lead Weld County Bar Association

LAW WEEK COLORADO Otis Bedingfield & Peters announced today that on June 1, Lee Morehead will become president of the Weld County Bar Association. The Weld County Bar Association serves attorneys that live or work in Weld County. The WCBA was first formed in the late 1800s and held its first annual banquet in 1913. Initially consisting of […]

When the Red Light Comes On

When the Red Light Comes On

Judge John Webb gives jurist’s point of view on powerful appellate arguments, briefs By Hannah Garcia LAW WEEK COLORADO Appellate attorneys may be well familiar with the “law of unintended consequences” pervasive in the legal minefield of persuading a judge or justice. Judge John Webb dug into the “gray” world of legal language to provide […]

Legal Lasso: Back to Work Edition

Legal Lasso: Back to Work Edition

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SCOTUS: Plaintiffs Must Allege Concrete Harm to Have Standing

SCOTUS: Plaintiffs Must Allege Concrete Harm to Have Standing

May 30, 2016

High court tells 9th Circuit to try again in Spokeo v. Robins By Doug Chartier Law Week Colorado If the U.S. Supreme Court had gone a certain direction in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, it might have spelled disaster for companies currently or potentially facing class actions. Instead, the court sent its question on Article III […]

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Judge Vacancy in 13th District

Judge Vacancy in 13th District

May 27, 2016

LAW WEEK COLORADO The 13th Judicial District Nominating Commission will meet July 25 at the Washington County Justice Center to interview and select nominees for appointment by the governor to the office of county judge for Washington County. The vacancy will be created by the appointment to the District Court of Judge Carl McGuire III. The […]

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Election Reforms Fall Flat

Election Reforms Fall Flat

May 27, 2016

Polarizing voter bills and a primary dividing a party By Kara Mason LAW WEEK COLORADO After a troubled election, there tends to be a shift toward election law reform, according to University of Denver associate professor of political science Seth Masket. That was evident in the primary bills that hit the legislature this year. Republicans […]

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Legal Lasso: Colorado Logophile Edition

May 27, 2016

A Colorado 8th-grader made it to 4th place in the Scripps National Spelling Bee 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 What do you think of your job? We want to know — take […]

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Five Recognized With Judicial Excellence Awards

Five Recognized With Judicial Excellence Awards

May 26, 2016

LAW WEEK COLORADO The Colorado Judicial Department announced today it has recognized five individuals and one team in its 2015 Judicial Excellence Awards, recognizing employees for their work in the state’s 22 judicial districts. “The department’s workers are our greatest asset,” said Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Nancy Rice. “Through the JEA program, we honor those whose […]

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Legislative Session Notable for More Losses Than Wins

Legislative Session Notable for More Losses Than Wins

May 26, 2016

Lobbyists see success in quiet bills, stymied by split legislature By Tony Flesor LAW WEEK COLORADO The 2016 legislative session is being noted for the bills that failed more than the bills that succeeded. Government affairs lawyers agreed that the failures were more noteworthy in a session marked by unfulfilled promises, but there were significant […]

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Legal Lasso: President Trump? Edition

Legal Lasso: President Trump? Edition

May 26, 2016

Donald Trump made it official by securing the required number of delegates to become the Republican party’s candidate for president. 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 We want to hear […]

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Partisan Priorities Postponed — Indefinitely

Partisan Priorities Postponed — Indefinitely

May 25, 2016

With a divided statehouse, most measures passed were bipartisan efforts By Hannah Garcia LAW WEEK COLORADO The dysfunction of state legislatures can be legendary, although Colorado’s statehouse generally deprives the public of too much partisan bickering. The sine die adjournment of the 70th legislative session of the Colorado General Assembly May 11 marked the end […]

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