Week of June 21-27, 2022

Roe v. Wade was overturned, the DOJ announced a settlement agreement resolving allegations that Facebook engaged in discriminatory advertising, Carnival will pay $24,752.87 to the state of Colorado after a 2019 data breach, Judge Christopher Baumann was named chief judge of the Denver District Court, the Colorado Supreme Court clarified how interest should be calculated when a party appeals a monetary judgment against it, Red Rocks Credit Union paid $312,267.84 to 1,328 consumers for failing to return GAP refunds, Arvada Police were sued over the death of Johnny Hurley and experts weighed in on the practice of corner crossing, noting it’s still unclear if it sidesteps trespass law. Law Week covered this breaking news and more this week.