COVID-19 Takes Center Stage at Colorado Supreme Court Jan. 11
COVID-19 has caused many issues throughout the country, and now it’s at the forefront of oral arguments at the Colorado Supreme Court.
Culture, COVID, Compensation: The Anticipated Staffing Woes of 2023
Changes to the practice of law have altered everyday firm management. Three things linger: culture, COVID and compensation.
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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.
‘Natural Immunity’ Bill Dies in Committee
A bill requiring employers to accept proof of previous COVID infection in lieu of vaccination or testing was killed in committee yesterday.
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.
Plans Underway to Implement Statewide Lawyer Well-Being Program from Supreme Court
The Colorado Supreme Court is taking steps to set up a state-wide program after a report on a pilot lawyer well-being program was released.
Loveland Clinic to Pay $40K for Marketing Animal Anti-Parasite Drug as COVID Cure
Seigfried Emme, owner of the Loveland Medical Clinic and a family nurse practitioner, could pay as much as $40,000 for failing to comply with a cease-and-desist order to stop illegally marketing and overstating the effectiveness of “alleged cures” for COVID.
Best Lawyers: Construction — Changing Currents in Construction
Construction may have continued during the pandemic in many places around the world, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t had its share of COVID challenges to contend with. In 2021, construction attorneys are navigating global and local restrictions to help clients achieve success
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