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Merchant & Gould Moves Up 17th

By Tony Flesor and Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO The Denver office of Merchant & Gould recently completed its move up 17th Street from the intersection with Curtis St. to its new home at 1801 California. The firm earlier this month hosted more than 200 guests at an open house in its new, modern space on […]

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Fennemore Craig Adds One

LAW WEEK COLORADO Fennemore Craig announced today that Casey Kannenberg has joined the health care litigation practice in the firm’s Denver office. Kannenberg focuses his practice in health care litigation, medical negligence defense, business and civil litigation and sports and entertainment law. He earned his law degree from the University of Iowa College of Law. […]

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Finalists Selected For 17th Judicial District Judge Slot

The pool of candidates for an open district court judgeship has been narrowed to three.

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Legal Lasso: A Week Of Gratitude Edition

We’ve got a lot to be grateful for over at Circuit Media, and one of the things we’re most grateful for is you, our readers. We know that Legal Lasso can be a bit irreverent, and we apologize if we’ve offended anyone, but we like to think this is your daily dose of snark in addition to a useful roundup of news. Let us know your thoughts on how we can improve. Happy almost Turkey Day!

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Homicide Appeal Follows Negative News

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO Even if a defendant is found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, one of dozens of decisions made from the bench could lead to a vacated verdict. The Colorado Court of Appeals reversed and remanded a vehicular homicide conviction in a Nov. 6 ruling because a trial judge declined defense counsel’s […]

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Legal Lasso: Spaghetti Monster Faith Edition

Happy Friday! Today’s headlines include the weird and obscure, as well as news that the first pot-friendly credit union is set to open, a lawsuit seems imminent in Colorado Springs, the Spaghetti Monster is emerging in license photos, and smokers need not apply at one local employer.

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Panel: Be Specific For The Record

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO In July, the Colorado Supreme Court declared October as “Legal Professionalism Month” with the goal of bolstering integrity in the profession and, by proxy, faith in the judicial system. In honor of the new initiative, the Colorado Defense Lawyers Association and the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association on Nov. 4 jointly […]

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Proposed Laws Impinge Homeowners Rights

By Mari Perczak and Jennifer Seidman, BURG SIMPSON ELDREDGE HERSH & JARDINE Homeownership is a cherished American value. Recently, there has been much concern about the lack of affordable condominiums in our communities for young adults and empty nesters. Even though developers, builders and others would like to blame construction defect litigation as the cause of […]

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