Week of April 19-25, 2022

Three justices dissented from a majority that declined to hear the appeal of a man sentenced to death with a juror who expressed racial bias, a bill passed limiting the use of noncompete agreements, an eight-year-old whistleblower case was settled, two disciplinary opinions were issued, lawmakers introduced a bill requiring qualifying public schools to implement a formal Title IX policy, a Colorado substance abuse treatment clinic and its owner have settled to resolve allegations they violated the False Claims Act and Aurora's independent monitor held its first town hall. Law Week covered this breaking news and more this week.