Tag:COVID-19 pandemic

Justice Department Announces Rachel Rossi as Director of the Recently Restored Office for Access to Justice

Deputy Associate Attorney General Rachel Rossi was appointed as director of the recently restored Office for Access to Justice.

Family Law: The Impact of Remote Mediation in the COVID-19 Era

BAM Family Law co-founder and mediator Margot Alicks discusses the benefits and tribulations of remote mediation for the practice area.

With Covid-19 Vaccination Disputes on the Rise for Divorced Parents, Courts Forced To Step In

Sherman & Howard's Kelly Robinson and Madeleine Sheahan discuss the history of court intervention on family law disputes involving vaccines.

Colorado Firms on New Tech Use in the Pandemic

Law firms reported security, billing, threat detection and file sharing were among the top priorities they turned to tech to address this year.

Pandemic Opened a Bevy of Labor and Employment Law Questions to Outlast COVID

The pandemic changed many aspects of life. In labor and employment law, there are a lot of new and unknown considerations raised by COVID.

Colorado’s Best Law Firms 2022: Real Estate Law

Denver has remained a hot market for real estate despite the COVID-19 Pandemic and disruptions to other industries and Best Law Firms say the market likely won't slow in 2022.

Colorado’s Best Law Firms 2022: Construction Law

While the COVID-19 Pandemic may have slowed down supply lines, construction projects are still moving forward at a fast and furious rate in Denver. Best Law Firms in construction weigh in on the 2022 market possibilities.

Indiana College Students Ask Justices to Enjoin University COVID Vaccine Mandate

Indiana University students petitioned the Supreme Court to block a vaccine policy requiring all students be vaccinated for COVID-19.