The Colorado Court of Appeals held Rule 97 doesn’t require judges to stay proceedings when a successive recusal motion is pending.
The Colorado Court of Appeals issued an opinion in a case involving an arbitration agreement under the Health Care Availability Act.
The Colorado Court of Appeals unanimously affirmed in part and reversed in part a case involving restitution.
Corporate Counsel Insight
The U.S. Supreme Court sided with a ramp supervisor seeking overtime compensation from Southwest Airlines, bringing arbitration requirements into question for other gig jobs.
Local attorney Dan Geyser won a SCOTUS appeal over what sections of the Federal Arbitration Act federal courts have jurisdiction over.
This week, we heard from Aditi Kulkarni-Knight, an associate at Davis Graham & Stubbs. Read more about Kulkarni-Knight...
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