Over the past year, the Colorado Court of Appeals decided several high-profile cases running the gamut from universities’ duty of care regarding sexual assault allegations to the use of fire as a deadly weapon.
The Colorado Court of Appeals published its opinions in People v. Khalil Sander and Johnson Family Law v. Grant Bursek on April 28.
Justices Appear Skeptical About Hospital Contract Requiring Patient to Pay Six-Figure ‘Sticker Price’
The Colorado Supreme Court heard arguments about hospital billing practices that left one patient on the hook for $229,000 more than expected.
The Colorado Supreme Court will hear arguments about hospital billing practices and overtime pay for truck drivers on Tuesday.
Lawyers are often called upon to iron out details in contracts, copyright and intellectual property for books, and sometimes are needed again to negotiate adaptations as the practice continually expands.