What Legislation Colorado’s Legal Community is Watching in 2023
Law Week caught up with bar associations and legal organizations to hear what topics and bills they’re keeping an eye on this session.
Ross Ziev Wins CTLA ‘Case of the Year,’ Michael Burg and Others Recognized at Annual Awards Banquet
The Colorado Trial Lawyers Association named the 2021 Case of the Year and handed out awards at its Spring Dinner.
Colorado Supreme Court Hears Arguments About Interest on Damages
The Colorado Supreme Court heard arguments about how much interest Ford Motor Company must pay a plaintiff who won a $2.9 million verdict.
CTLA Announces 2021 ‘Case of the Year’ Finalists
The CTLA's Case of the Year finalists fought employment discrimination, unsafe housing and an antiquated rule about childhood medical bills.
Michael Burg to Receive CTLA Lifetime Achievement Award
Michael Burg, who will receive a CTLA lifetime achievement award this spring, reflects on his 47-year career and says he's "not done yet."
Colorado Supreme Court to Hear Arguments at Arvada School
The Colorado Supreme Court will hold oral arguments on Oct. 26 at Pomona High School in Arvada as part of the Judicial Branch’s Courts in the Community program.
Supreme Court Clarifies Hospital Lien, Medicare Question
The Colorado Supreme Court concluded on Sept. 13 that hospitals must first bill Medicare before filing a lien against an accident victim, clearing up questions about the interplay between the state’s hospital lien statute and federal laws governing Medicare.
Trial Lawyers Association Announces New President
Jason Jordan, a partner at Jordan, Herington & Rowley, was elected president of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association for a one-year term.