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Legal Lasso: Tejay Is The Man Edition

Welcome back to the work week you all…In today’s headlines, the 10th Circuit is going to decide a voting case that will have national implications, the local EPA is dealing with some potty issues and a banished CU professor is seeking $2 million from the school.

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Lawyers Continue Fight For Vets

By Sarah McNeil, SPECIAL TO LAW WEEK COLORADO Lawyers throughout the state have been continually stepping up to help veterans on a full range of legal issues they face after returning from deployment. The Colorado Bar Association, under the direction of a key group of stakeholders including former association president Mark Fogg, set up a program, […]

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Davis Graham & Stubbs Adds Two

LAW WEEK COLORADO Jacqueline Roeder and Emily Wasserman have joined the trial department of Davis Graham & Stubbs as associates. Roeder focuses on complex civil and criminal litigation, including securities litigation, securities-related enforcement matters, internal investigations and white collar criminal defense. Before joining DGS, she practiced with a large national firm in New York, where […]

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Denver Still Key Player For Law Mergers

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO It may be merger mania for law firms in Colorado and beyond, and local experts don’t see the trend stopping any time soon. With the recent merger of Patton Boggs with Squire Sanders in May, Hogan Lovells with Mexican law firm Barrera Siqueiros y Torres Landa and recent discussions from […]

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Supreme Court Unanimous, Not Unified

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO With the U.S. Supreme Court session now clear in the rearview mirror, it’s apparent which of the cases heard in the 2013-2014 session continue to carry the most weight. And with 40 cases already scheduled to be heard by the court in the next session starting in October, the next […]

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Legal Lasso: Show Me The Mo’ne Edition

Two big sporting stories to start your day. In today’s legal headlines, one local murder suspect is now accused of feigning incompetency, SCOTUS delays marriages in Virginia, and a gubernatorial trial is getting ugly.

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Shandalow Nabs ‘Case Of The Year’

Keith Shandalow is earning praise for his work in an ongoing case revolving around accusations of discrimination within the Colorado State Patrol.

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Nominees Selected For 7th District Judgeship

LAW WEEK COLORADO The 7th Judicial District Nominating Commission has nominated five candidates for two district court judgeships created by the retirements of Judge Charles Greenacre and Judge James Schum, both effective Jan. 13, 2015. Nominees Seth David Ryan of Montrose, Steven Schultz of Crawford, Carol Viner of Grand Junction, David Westfall of Ouray, and […]

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