New Program Created to Resolve Disputes Between Businesses, Consumers
The Colorado AG’s Office announced the Department of Law is creating the Consumer Mediation Program based off a one-year pilot program.
When Employment and Traditional Labor Collide: Whole Foods Wins One in the Ongoing Legal Battle Concerning Black Lives Matter Masks
Sherman & Howard member Patrick Scully and associate Carissa Davis detail a recent Title VII case out of Massachusetts and newer NRLB rulings on dress codes.
Confidence Index: Colorado Business Leaders Pessimistic for Start of 2023
A recent survey of business leaders in Colorado showed pessimistic expectations for the first quarter of 2023 showing no change from the end of last year.
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Colorado Lawyers on Growing Number of Federal Antitrust Cases
A massive antitrust case is an example of a growing trend in Colorado and across the country, according to local attorneys.