Tag:Department of Justice

Gov. Polis Appoints J. Chris Larson to 20th Judicial District Court

Gov. Polis appointed J. Chris Larson to the 20th Judicial District Court, replacing retiring Judge Patrick Butler, effective May 11.

2024 Top Litigators: LaMar Jost

Law Week profiled Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell partner LaMar Jost for its 2024 Top Litigators special edition.

Criminal Marketplace Disrupted in International Cyber Operation

The DOJ announced an operation against a criminal online marketplace selling stolen account access credentials.

Final Rule Issued for Home Confinement Under CARES Act

The DOJ issued a final rule giving the director of the Bureau of Prisons discretion to keep individuals in home confinement after the COVID-19 emergency ends.

Foster Graham Makes Waves in State Senator Recall, Return of Cryptocurrency

Foster Graham Milstein & Calisher, LLP announced two big wins at the end of 2022, one delaying the recall of a Colorado state senator.

Fortnite Developer Epic Games Agrees to Pay $275 Million for Alleged Violations of Children’s Privacy Law

Epic Games agreed to pay $275 million in civil penalties, the largest civil penalty ever imposed for a COPPA violation.

DOJ Takes Final Bite of Colorado Chicken Fixing Case

The dismissal appears to be the last chapter in a lengthy antitrust case which took place in Colorado’s federal court over several years.

Nearly $300,000 Awarded to Project Safe Neighborhoods in Colorado

The Department of Justice has awarded $288,791 in support of the Project Safe Neighborhoods Program in Colorado, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado.