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Are ‘Flat Firms’ a Promising Structure for Colorado Law Firms?

Among the plethora of new policy options, is the latest and greatest equitable law firm management strategy a flatter model?

State AGs ramp up scrutiny of alleged price-fixing in rental housing

In the past two years, more than 30 lawsuits have been filed in federal and state courts alleging that companies such as RealPage and Yardi are equipping corporate landlords with software algorithms that allow competitors to collude on rent prices.
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Denver City Council Passes Ballot Question on City Workers’ Rights to Collectively Bargain, Strike

Denver voters look set to determine the ability of city workers’ rights to collectively bargain and strike on this November’s ballot.

Southern Ute Indian Tribe sues Colorado governor, gaming division over sports betting rollout

The lawsuit asks the court to consider the legality of the Tribe’s sportsbook and an injunction requiring the state to stop interfering with tribal sports betting.

Mishandled bodies, mixed-up remains prompt tougher funeral home regulations

The incidents, which led to criminal charges, sparked public outrage and traumatized families already coping with grief. But they also highlighted the state’s lax regulation of the funeral industry.
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Native American Leaders Want to See Protection of Their Senior Water Rights

Native American leaders at the Getches-Wilkinson Center Conference on the Colorado River expressed a desire to be a part of the 2026 negotiation process, but also want to ensure that their senior water rights are respected.
John Walsh, the victor in Denver’s District Attorney primary, stands outside in a blue suit jacket with an American flag and trees with fall leaves behind him.

John Walsh Wins Denver DA Primary, Other Races Set for November

John Walsh was in the minority of District Attorney candidates across the state who had to run in a contested primary.

Denver DA Candidates Discuss Their Experience, Visions for the Office

The debate between the two candidates comes a week before election day, when the new Denver DA will be decided.

Colorado Judge Orders Nearly $275,000 Sanction Against Stryker Corporation and Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Stryker Corporation and Seyfarth Shaw LLP were ordered to pay nearly $275,000 in one of the largest sanctions in recent Colorado history.

62 Pass Colorado’s First LLP Exam

Roughly 84 people applied to take Colorado’s first LLP exam in April and 62 passed out of 70 who took the test, an 89% pass rate.