Tag:Colorado Supreme Court

Colorado Supreme Court Throws Out Six-Figure Hospital Bill

The Colorado Supreme Court on May 16 tossed out a six-figure hospital bill, letting the patient off the hook for all but $760.

Court Opinions: Colorado Supreme Court Opinions for May 16

On Monday, the Colorado Supreme Court released opinions in a hospital bill lawsuit, a wage dispute and a water rights case.

State Supreme Court Returns for Arguments on Tail Lamps, DUIs on Thursday

The Colorado Supreme Court will return on Thursday to hear arguments about DUI investigations and tail lamp violations.

A Path of Resistance: Jean Dubofsky

Dubofsky’s path wasn’t without resistance. Among many professional hurdles upon her graduation, she had to endure “Ladies' Day” at Harvard.

Colorado Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Tuesday

The Colorado Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in three cases on Tuesday, including a TABOR challenge to Colorado's new family leave law.

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.

Colorado’s New PDJ Announced, Holland & Hart Hires Andrew Lillie, Ballard Spahr Denver’s Damon Barry Receives Alum Award

This week, the Colorado Supreme Court announced the newest presiding disciplinary judge, Holland & Hart added one and more.

Bryon Large Appointed as Colorado’s Presiding Disciplinary Judge

The Colorado Supreme Court announced on April 12 that Bryon Large was selected as the state’s presiding disciplinary judge.