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Chief Judge Appointed to 10th Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel

Chief Judge Appointed to 10th Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel

LAW WEEK COLORADO The U.S. Bankruptcy Appellate Panel of the 10th Circuit announced Aug. 31 the appointment of Judge Janice Miller Karlin as its new chief judge, effective September 4, 2015. Karlin, bankruptcy judge for the District of Kansas since 2002, was first appointed to the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel in June 2008. Before taking the […]

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More Questions in Juvenile Life Decisions

More Questions in Juvenile Life Decisions

By Hannah Garcia LAW WEEK COLORADO As the Colorado Supreme Court moves more juvenile lifers through  appeals, the U.S. Supreme Court is preparing to review a case that could renew those inmates’ arguments for new sentences. The Colorado Supreme Court issued case announcements Aug. 23, five of which involved sentencing appeals from inmates serving life […]

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The 9th Judicial District Nominating Commission nominated two candidates, civil litigator Jefferson Cheney and assistant Pitkin County attorney Christopher Seldin, for a vacant district court judgeship at an Aug. 31 meet at the Garfield County Courthouse in Glenwood Springs.

Two Finalists Announced for 9th District Judgeship

The 9th Judicial District Nominating Commission nominated two candidates, civil litigator Jefferson Cheney and assistant Pitkin County attorney Christopher Seldin, for a vacant district court judgeship at an Aug. 31 meet at the Garfield County Courthouse in Glenwood Springs.

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Legal Lasso: A Date to Decide Deflategate Fate

Legal Lasso: A Date to Decide Deflategate Fate

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Bridge to Justice, a Boulder-based nonprofit that provides civil legal services to clients with limited resources, announced the addition of health care attorney Susan Buchanan Levy to the organization’s board.

Health Care Attorney Joins Bridge to Justice Board

Bridge to Justice, a Boulder-based nonprofit that provides civil legal services to clients with limited resources, announced the addition of health care attorney Susan Buchanan Levy to the organization’s board.

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CU Law Dean To Step Down

CU Law Dean To Step Down

By Tony Flesor LAW WEEK COLORADO Phil Weiser, dean of the University of Colorado School of Law, announced Aug. 24 that he will step down from the position on July 1. Weiser has led the law school since 2011 and is known for turning its focus to teaching students entrepreneurship and career skills. He will […]

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With the appointment of Judge Norma Sierra to the district court bench, the 20th Judicial District Nominating Commission nominated three candidates for the vacant Boulder County court judgeship during a meeting at the courthouse Aug. 28.

Finalists Announced for Boulder County Judgeship

With the appointment of Judge Norma Sierra to the district court bench, the 20th Judicial District Nominating Commission nominated three candidates for the vacant Boulder County court judgeship during a meeting at the courthouse Aug. 28.

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FTC Authority Reinforced in Cybersecurity Ruling

FTC Authority Reinforced in Cybersecurity Ruling

By Doug Chartier LAW WEEK COLORADO Companies that allegedly fail to uphold their own customer data privacy policies could still find themselves on the receiving end of a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit ruled Aug. 24 that the FTC didn’t step out of bounds in suing Wyndham […]

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