Tag:Colorado Open Records Act

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for July 14

The Colorado Court of Appeals published rulings on six cases for the week of July 11, including a ruling in People of Colorado v. Crabtree.

A Brief History of State Employee Ethics

The 40-year history of state employee ethics in Colorado culminated in the founding of the Colorado Independent Ethics Commission in 2006.

Former Colorado Governor and Attorney Dick Lamm Dies at 85

While Dick Lamm contributed to several enduring laws, his political career remains in a controversial shadow.

New Paper Examines High Costs of CORA Requests

A new report suggests a vast majority of Colorado government agencies have adopted the maximum “research and retrieval” fees allowed under the Colorado Open...

Court Opinions- Oct 26, 2020

People v. Magana Christopher Magana appealed the judgment of conviction entered on jury verdicts finding him guilty of 18 counts of arson and one count...

Denver Attorneys Go Public About $5 Million Title IX Settlement

Attorneys for a former Adams 14 student announced Nov. 12 they had won $5 million for their client in what they believe to be...

Court Opinions- Apr 29, 2019

Buell v. People Francis Buell was accused of shoplifting at a Sears Department Store in Greeley and then at a Safeway grocery story about a...

Best Lawyers 2018: Labor and Employment

Colorado hasn’t lacked for high-performing management-side employment and labor and employment attorneys. And it’s a good thing, too; as the state’s economy has grown...