Tag:10th Circuit

Trade Secret Loophole in 1992 Led to Nearly a Decade of Legal Woes

In the early 1990s, copyright laws didn’t accommodate computer software protections. A gap in case law left Gates Rubber Co. in a challenging legal position for more than six years.

In Split 10th Circuit Decision, Majority Finds Lakewood Police Shot Man Without Cause

10th Circuit Court of Appeals found that Lakewood Police officers didn’t have cause to shoot an individual carrying a loaded shotgun

Colorado Springs Mayor’s Comments Don’t Infringe Hate Group Rights; 10th Circuit Sides with Lower Court in Controversial Contract Cancellation

A panel of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the lower courts in finding that statements from the Colorado Springs mayor didn’t infringe on a so-called hate group’s rights under the constitution.

Web Designer Loses First Amendment Challenge Over Same-Sex Wedding Sites

A Denver-area web designer lost her challenge to Colorado’s anti-discrimination law earlier this week when the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals concluded she could be forced to provide services for same-sex weddings or couples despite her religious objections.

Legal Lasso: Colorado Farmer Claims Race Discrimination in USDA COVID Relief

Legal Lasso is Law Week’s morning roundup of legal headlines across the state. Each morning, we take stock of legal issues and happenings, so...

Legal Aid Foundation Announces New Leadership

The Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado announced Thursday that six trustees have been elected to its board: Jonathan Boonin, a member at Hutchinson Black...

10th Circuit Says Passport Revocation for Unpaid Taxes is Constitutional

Americans who owe back taxes of five figures or more might not be able to travel with a passport after a July 20 opinion from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.

In Circuit Schism, Bump Stocks Cases Question Chevron doctrine

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals delivered a ruling that contradicts a 10th Circuit ruling in a similar case, setting up the possibility of...