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Denver Attorney Sentenced For Conspiracy To Defraud U.S.

LAW WEEK COLORADO Colorado attorney Eva Melissa Sugar, of Aurora, was sentenced earlier this week by U.S. District Court Judge John Kane to serve 18 months in federal prison for conspiracy to defraud the United States in connection with the collection of taxes, United States Attorney John Walsh and IRS criminal investigation special agent in […]

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Otis Bedingfield & Peters Adds One

LAW WEEK COLORADO Otis Bedingfield & Peters announced today attorney Brandy Natalzia relocated from Florida to join the firm. Natalzia’s practice will focus on real estate and business transactions, including the preparation, review and negotiation of contracts and entity formation. She is a former judicial intern for Judge Jay Cohen of the 5th Circuit Court of […]

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Kutak Rock Adds One

LAW WEEK COLORADO Kutak Rock added associate Hillary Ellis to the real estate and commercial group, specifically to assist with complex commercial real estate matters, including acquisition, disposition of commercial properties and development and leasing of retail, office and industrial properties. Her experience includes preparing purchase and sale agreements, examining title and loan documents, entity […]

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Legal Lasso: Nicely Done, Broncos, Nicely Done

We were happy with last night’s win, and we hope you all were as well. These Broncos have an uphill climb next week in New England, so all our cheers can only help. In today’s headlines, a Senate race without Meet the Press is just wrong, and Colorado really is a split state.

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Legal Lasso: Partial Eclipse Edition

There may be a partial eclipse later today in Colorado, the race for governor is too close to call at this point, a local candidate presses the DA for charges over a negative ad, the local teens who attempted to join ISIS were likely recruited online, and the University of North Carolina controversy over fake classes is back in the news.

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Merchant & Gould Adds Associate

LAW WEEK COLORADO Merchant & Gould announced today that Jonathan Saadeh joined the firm’s Denver office as an associate. Saadeh earned several scholarships and academic honors as a student, including the Scholastic Excellence Award for achieving the highest academic performance in civil procedure. Among his other activities, he was managing editor of The University of […]

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McNulty Appointed 1st District Chief Judge

LAW WEEK COLORADO Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Nancy Rice has appointed District Court Judge Philip James McNulty as the new chief judge for the 1st Judicial District, which includes Gilpin and Jefferson counties. McNulty replaces retiring Chief Judge Stephen Munsinger, who was appointed to the district court bench in July 2001 and named chief […]

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Legal Lasso: Thank You, Mr. Bradlee Edition

Ben Bradlee, the Influential (and pretty amazing) Washington Post editor died yesterday, and all journalists are a little heavy in the heart as a result. In today’s headlines, K Street made a killing last quarter, the Markey/Stapleton race is heating up, and banks may be thawing on their disinterest in pot.

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