Tag:Colorado Attorney General’s Office

2022 Top Women: Natalie Hanlon Leh

Natalie Hanlon Leh is known for her leadership, her ability to bring people together and for her impactful work.

Polis Appoints Monica Gomez to the Fourth Judicial District Court

Gov. Jared Polis on May 27 appointed Judge Monica Gomez to the Fourth Judicial District Court.

Supreme Court to Hear Case on Deadlines to Dispute Government Agency Decisions

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday announced it will hear a dispute over the deadlines for challenging local government decisions.

CDPHE Investigation: Special Attorneys General Find Inconsistency in Modeling, Some Validity in Employee Claims

Special attorneys general have determined that allegations against the CDPHE about hiding air quality standard violations are unsubstantiated, and noted that there is validity in some points raised by a trio of CDPHE employees who wrote a letter outlining the allegations to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Inspector General.

CDPHE Whistleblower Investigation: Special Attorneys General Find Claims of False Data ‘Unsubstantiated’

Special attorneys general have determined that allegations against the CDPHE about hiding air quality standard violations are unsubstantiated, and noted that there is validity in some points raised by a trio of CDPHE employees who wrote a letter outlining the allegations to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Inspector General.

Loveland Clinic to Pay $40K for Marketing Animal Anti-Parasite Drug as COVID Cure

Seigfried Emme, owner of the Loveland Medical Clinic and a family nurse practitioner, could pay as much as $40,000 for failing to comply with a cease-and-desist order to stop illegally marketing and overstating the effectiveness of “alleged cures” for COVID.

Troutman Pepper Adds One, Akerman Appoints Denver Office Managing Partner, Annual Colorado District Attorneys Awards Out

This week, Troutman Pepper added a new attorney as a partner and Ackerman LLP named a new office managing partner for its Denver office.

Aurora Police Routinely Uses Excessive Force and Engages in Racist Policing, According to AG Report

The Aurora Police Department has a pattern of racially biased policing according to results of an investigation by the AG’s office