Week of May 24-30, 2022

The Presiding Disciplinary Judge issued six disciplinary opinions, the DOJ released its findings on the federal response to crime and criminal justice in the 2020 fiscal year, the 10th Circuit found a deputy and medical personnel shouldn’t have been granted qualified immunity in a wrongful death case, Mark Silverstein announced plans to retire after 26 years serving as Colorado’s legal director of the ACLU, Twitter agreed to pay $150 million to resolve alleged data privacy violations and the governor is expected to sign a bill limiting the use of noncompete agreements for workers earning less than six figures. Law Week covered this breaking news and more this week.