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Court Opinion: Presiding Disciplinary Judge Opinion for May 10

Colorado’s PDJ publicly censured an attorney after finding she threatened criminal, administrative or disciplinary charges to obtain an advantage in a civil matter.

Court Opinions: Presiding Disciplinary Judge Opinions for April 22, 24, 25

The PDJ suspended an attorney after finding she failed to appropriately manage her trust account and imposed reciprocal discipline in two other cases.

Court Opinions: Presiding Disciplinary Judge Opinions for April 3

Colorado's Presiding Disciplinary Judge reinstated one attorney and suspended another, both effective April 3.

ABA Ethics Committee Releases Opinion Addressing Conflicts of Interest Under Model Rule 1.18

The ABA’s ethics committee released an opinion that addressed conflicts of interest under its Model Rule 1.18.

CBA Issues New Ethics Opinion for Lawyers Addressing Clients in Group Emails, Texts

The CBA Ethics Committee released an opinion about ethical issues for lawyers who include clients in group communications.

Court Opinion: Presiding Disciplinary Judge Opinion for Jan. 18

Colorado’s Presiding Disciplinary Judge suspended an attorney after finding he failed to communicate with a client about fees and filings.

Court Opinions: Presiding Disciplinary Judge Opinions for Jan. 10

On Jan. 10, one Colorado attorney was censured and one was suspended following disciplinary proceedings.

Supreme Court Adopts Rule on Prosecutors’ Duty to Disclose Defense-Friendly Evidence

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday announced changes to an ethics rule on prosecutors' disclosure of defense-friendly evidence.