Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Deaf Student’s ADA Complaint
SCOTUS found IDEA's exhaustion requirement doesn’t foreclose ADA complaints looking for compensatory damages.
10th Circuit to Hear State Law Questions, Colorado Antitrust Case and More Next Week
Among the more than 50 cases that will be argued are Colorado insurance law questions, a dismissed civil antitrust suit and more.
Civil Action Against Historic Railroad for 416 Fire Closes Following Federal Settlement
For one of the case’s lead attorneys, it also wraps an fascinating chapter involving a dive into pre-statehood law, Colorado history and more.
Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for March 3
The Colorado Court of Appeals published four opinions on March 4 on criminal law, family law and an intergovernmental agreement.
Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for Feb. 17
On Feb. 17, the Colorado Court of Appeals released four opinions on three criminal cases and one civil case.