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Mobile Child Support and Spousal Maintenance App Hits Colorado

Mobile Child Support and Spousal Maintenance App Hits Colorado

Colorado-specific app includes updated statutes By Amy Hickcox LAW WEEK COLORADO Email, social media platforms, games, and now child support and spousal maintenance numbers can be accessed through your mobile device. Divorce Matters, a family law firm based in Greenwood Village, released their Divorce Matters Maintenance and Child Support mobile app after seeing a need […]

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Legal Aid Foundation Announces Record Funds, New Leadership

Attorneys and firms statewide raised a record $1.8 million for the Legal Aid Foundation’s annual fundraising drive, the organization announced Friday along with the names of new trustees and officers.

Legal Lasso: Something in the Water Edition

Legal Lasso: Something in the Water Edition

There’s something in the water in the town of Hugo. It’s THC. 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 Who is Colorado’s best litigator? What about the best place to take […]

Swiftly Determining a Child’s Best Interest

Swiftly Determining a Child’s Best Interest

A look at Colorado’s child and family investigator system By Doug Chartier LAW WEEK COLORADO Child custody evaluator programs are commonplace across the 50 states. Less common is a system that Colorado has in which attorneys and non-attorneys are brought in to conduct quick, narrow investigations that help family courts determine what’s best for a […]

Legal Lasso: Trump Snub Edition

Legal Lasso: Trump Snub Edition

Former presidential hopeful Ted Cruz gave a speech at the Republican National Convention last night and earned boos for what was left out — his endorsement of Donald Trump. 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 […]

Brownstein Shareholder Appointed to JCC Board

Brownstein Shareholder Appointed to JCC Board

July 20, 2016

LAW WEEK COLORADO Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck announced July 19 Emily Weber joined the board of directors for the Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center starting in August. In her position as board member, Weber will assist with fundraising and serve as a public ambassador for the JCC, encouraging community involvement and acting as fiduciary. […]

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9th Judicial District Vacancy Announced

9th Judicial District Vacancy Announced

July 20, 2016

LAW WEEK COLORADO The 9th Judicial District Nominating Commission is calling for nominees to fill a district court vacancy in Western Colorado. The commission will meet Sept. 21, 2016, at the Garfield County Courthouse to interview and select potential appointments to the office of district judge for the 9th Judicial District, which covers Garfield, Pitkin […]

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Brownstein Names COO

Brownstein Names COO

July 20, 2016

LAW WEEK COLORADO Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck announced today that Steven Spiess joined the firm as chief operating officer. As COO, Spiess will oversee all administrative and operational functions of the firm including administration, business development, marketing, communications, community relations, finance, human resources, information technology, professional development and recruiting. Spiess will be based in the Denver […]

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Colorado Shifts Focus From LLLT

Colorado Shifts Focus From LLLT

July 20, 2016

The state is looking to a new model to meet needs of unrepresented litigants By Tony Flesor LAW WEEK COLORADO Colorado’s search for a model to serve unrepresented family litigants has a shift in focus — from one coast to the other. The Limited License Legal Technicians subcommittee of the Colorado Supreme Court Advisory Committee, which […]

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For Parental Rights, Busy Year at CO Supreme Court

For Parental Rights, Busy Year at CO Supreme Court

July 20, 2016

Justices and judges settle several questions, some novel, in an area of law that rarely reaches highest level of judicial review By Hannah Garcia LAW WEEK COLORADO Once in December and twice in May, the Colorado Supreme Court settled questions within the finite area of parental rights in the past year, and the cases are […]

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Legal Lasso: RNC Day Three

Legal Lasso: RNC Day Three

July 20, 2016

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Husch Blackwell Combines With Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek

Husch Blackwell Combines With Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek

July 19, 2016

Husch Blackwell and Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. announced July 18 that the firms have joined forces, completing the largest law firm combination announced this year. The firm retains the Husch Blackwell name and will continue to operate in all markets where the individual firms previously had offices. The combination became effective July 15 and was announced April […]

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Juvenile Detention: A Good Status Quo?

Juvenile Detention: A Good Status Quo?

July 19, 2016

Incremental changes on the docket for a system already responsive to calls for change By Hannah Garcia LAW WEEK COLORADO A few times, while serving a five-year sentence for a 1997 aggravated robbery, Wayne Thomas had to compete against a fellow female inmate. The contest was pushups, and the prize was avoiding the embarrassment of losing […]

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