Tag:Colorado

Court Opinions: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinions for May 7, 8, 14

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals released opinions addressing the Eighth Amendment, the Fourth Amendment and qualified immunity.

Colorado’s ‘Rising Stars’ Share Wins, Views of the Future

Over 60 Colorado attorneys earned the Super Lawyer Rising Stars designation this year across a variety of firms and practice areas.

Personal Injury ‘Super Lawyers’ Discuss AI, Protections for Business

Two Personal Injury ‘Super Lawyers’ highlighted AI and protections for small and medium businesses as issues to look out for in the near future.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for May 16

The Colorado Court of Appeals released four opinions on May 16, including a case involving uninsured motorist coverage.

CTLA Recognizes Jim Puga for Lifetime Achievement, Farrell v. Castle Rock Senior Living wins Case of the Year

CTLA held its annual spring dinner on May 9. In a unique moment, Tim Galuzzi and Kevin Cheney were jointly recognized with the New Trial Lawyer of the Year Award.

Measure Changing Tort Damage Limits Awaits Governor’s Signature

House Bill 24-1472 passed two days after it was introduced and changes the damage limits for certain tort actions in Colorado.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for May 9

The Colorado Court of Appeals released two opinions on May 9, including a case involving the estate of Elijah McClain.

Three Bills in Colorado Look to Put Some Guardrails on Artificial Intelligence

Three bills aim to put some regulations on artificial intelligence in place, but two face an uncertain future as the legislature nears its end date.