An extraordinary thing happened to the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct six months before everyone was ordered home to their COVID-19 bunkers: the prohibition on soliciting potential business clients was virtually abolished.
In a victory for private property owners, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that a California law requiring agricultural landowners to give union organizers temporary access to their property was a government taking that automatically entitled the landowners to compensation.
Last week, the district court denied a plaintiff's Equal Pay Law request in Rocky Mountain Association of Recruiters v. Moss.
Colorado lawmakers overturned a state Supreme Court decision — now district courts retain continuous jurisdiction to hear motions to modify.
Co-parenting in a pandemic introduces a host of new questions. From vaccines to quarantines, here's one attorney's best advice.
While cannabis legalization is old news in Colorado, changes at the federal level will have a material impact on Colorado businesses.
Opinion: Keep an Eye Out, Employers: The Colorado Legislature Proposed Changes to Colorado Anti-Discrimination...
A Senate committee heard the Protecting Opportunities and Workers’ Rights Act, which would impose widespread changes to the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act.
Senate Bill 62 forces judges by statute to discriminate against criminal defendants for purposes of bail.