Tag:COVID-19

AG Phil Weiser Orders 11 COVID Testing Sites to Shut Down

Colorado AG Phil Weiser ordered 11 COVID testing sites to close over failure to get federally certified and report case results to the state.

Employers Should Prepare for OSHA ETS, Though Court Battles Continue

A federal appeals court recently reinstated OSHA’s vaccine-or-test rule, but employers now have an extra month to comply.

Colorado Company MicroForce Indicted for False COVID Claims

According to Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser’s office, the company stole more than $250,000 from its clients in 2020.

Survey Reveals Falling Trust in Courts, Growing Support for Remote Proceedings

A recent survey from the National Center for State Courts shows public trust in state courts and other government institutions has fallen.

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.

Voting rights: a fundamental right worth protecting?

CU Associate Professor of Law Doug Spencer discussed how the right to vote is being infringed upon in a virtual event on Monday.

The Entry-Level Job Market Is Healthy, But Remote Work Means Unique Challenges For Many New Lawyers

Despite fears, COVID didn’t harm the entry-level job market. But, virtual offices raise questions for new lawyers.

Employers Increasingly Open to Vaccine Mandates, Survey Says

According to a new survey by employment law firm Littler Mendelson, the percentage of employers that require or plan to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for workers has more than doubled since January.