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Eight Attorneys Named Counsel At Kilpatrick Townsend

LAW WEEK COLORADO Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today the elevation of eight attorneys to counsel, including Nathan Cassell from the firm’s Denver office. Cassell focuses his practice on patent prosecution and counseling in the health and life sciences industry area. He is a registered patent attorney and has experience in preparing patent applications and […]

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Davis Graham & Stubbs Adds One

LAW WEEK COLORADO Andrea Baron has joined the Finance & Acquisitions Department of Davis Graham & Stubbs as an associate. Baron focuses her practice on investment management and securities law. She regularly counsels investment advisers, registered investment companies and unregistered investment vehicles, including private equity and hedge fund complexes. Prior to joining DGS, Baron worked […]

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In Small Law, Flexibility Matters

If necessity is the mother of invention, is it also the mother of reinvention? In this changing legal marketplace, small-firm attorneys and sole practitioners alike are faced with a difficult conundrum: How to stand out among the crowd. Specialize or diversify? Expand or stay small? There’s no easy answer, and of the thousands of attorneys […]

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Legal Lasso: Where Is Your Allegiance Edition?

Editor’s Note: Stay on top of this news story and others by liking Law Week Colorado on Facebook! COMPILED BY LAW WEEK COLORADO’S NEWS STAFF FINALLY, A CENSUS OF BASEBALL FANDOM. WHO DO YOU ROOT FOR? IN LOCAL NEWS: DEFENSE IS GETTING CONFIDENTIAL INFO IN FERO’S CASE IT’S NOT A “BAR,” IT’S A “TAPROOM.”  SENATE […]

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Solo Practice Calls Some From BigLaw

Working solo isn’t only for those who start out solo. Some attorneys are leaving big law firms to hang out their shingle. Whether it’s in pursuit of the entrepreneurial spirit or out of a desire to do things differently, Colorado lawyers are looking to work solo or in small firms, and they’re seeing success doing […]

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Resolution Reached In Smelter Case

In November 2013, residents of Herculaneum, Mo., received the first batch of funds distributed from a class action against the nearby Doe Run lead smelter. The class received $13.75 million, as it will for the next two years as well. In addition to the settlement, Doe Run shut down on Dec. 31, 2013. For members […]

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Feminist Power

In 1969, Sarah Weddington was a 24-year-old law school graduate with no good job prospects. Texas law firms weren’t hiring women. She found work handling a few uncontested divorces, drafting some wills and helping her uncle with an adoption. To read this full story and other complete articles featured in the April 21, 2014 print […]

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Legal Lasso: Oh, Justin Bieber Edition

We’re facing a crazy day over here at Law Week including hosting some interesting ladies for our annual women’s roundtable. In today’s Lasso, we’ve got news about the gubernatorial race, insights into yesterday’s SCOTUS decision and more.

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