Legal Lasso: Secretary of State Appeals Judge’s Ballot Addition

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Secretary of State Appeals Ballot Addition
Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold is appealing a judge’s decision to put a Democratic Senate candidate on the primary ballot.

Trial Suspension Order Sets Precedent
The Colorado Supreme Court’s order to suspend jury trials during the coronavirus pandemic is wading into new waters regarding Colorado’s speedy trial laws.

Judge Orders Immigrant Detainee’s Release
A federal judge ordered one more medically vulnerable detainee to be released from ICE custody.

‘Due Too Late’ Gets More Time
A Denver district judge gave more time to an anti-abortion group to collect signatures to place an initiative on the November ballot.

Vail Resorts Faces New Lawsuit
Colorado ski resorts are facing even more lawsuits demanding refunds over the shortened ski season. A New York resident filed a new class action lawsuit against Vail Resorts.



BigLaw Firm Loses a Baker’s Dozen Partners
Boies Schiller lost 13 partners to King & Spalding in California. The firm has lost more than 30 partners since the beginning of the year.

SCOTUS Refuses to Pause Public Charge Rule
The U.S. Supreme Court denied a request to pause the Trump administration’s “public charge” immigration rule until after the COVID-19 pandemic has ended.

Group Watches for Fraud in Coronavirus Relief
An independent watchdog group is keeping tabs on the federal government’s pandemic relief spending.

Man Sues LA Dodgers for Parking Lot Assault
A man who was beaten in the L.A. Dodgers parking lot is suing the team for negligence, saying the parking lot was notoriously poorly lit.

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