Tag:Colorado Civil Rights Division

Colorado Supreme Court to Consider Whether Housing Discrimination and Retaliation Can Be Used as Affirmative Defenses in Eviction Proceedings

In this opinion article, Spencer Fane Partner Jacob Hollars explains the background of a housing discrimination case the state Supreme Court has agreed to hear.

Amazon Drivers File Class Action for Colorado Labor Law Violations

A group of former Amazon delivery drivers claim the company violated state labor laws around mandated rest breaks.

Effects of House Bill 1367 on Discrimination Claims in Colorado

Moye White attorney Tanya Sevy explains the changes House Bill 1367 made to the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act.

10th Circuit Hears Case on First Amendment and LGBT Discrimination

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday will hear oral arguments in a case that, like the Masterpiece Cakeshop lawsuit, involves a Colorado...

Denver Attorney to Serve as President and Managing Director of Global Firm

Global employment and labor law firm Littler Mendelson announced Tuesday that shareholder Erin Webber will become president and managing director of the firm, effective...

Colorado Law Offers Fresh Opportunities for Real-World Experience

This fall, the University of Colorado Law School will be offering new opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience with clinics and public service...

HR Compliance a Running Theme in Passed Bills

From a compliance perspective, the busy legislative session at the Colorado General Assembly might make human resources and legal departments even busier as well. In...

Former DORA Employee Claims Agency Discriminated Against Him for Being Gay, Fired Him in Retaliation

A former employee at Colorado’s regulatory watchdog says the agency subjected him to a hostile work environment where he was harassed for being gay,...